The PC built for streaming. From podcasts to gaming, you can stream anything using the 6 core XFR processor! With an AC wifi card added in, you'll stream 1080P or 4K video effortlessly! You can even opt in to add a higher end graphics card (compared to what we threw in) and stream while gaming!
1) Corsair Carbide AIR 240 Black Case
2) AMD Ryzen 5 1600
3) ASUS Prime B350 motherboard
4) Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 RAM (2x8GB) @2400MHz
5) Samsung 970 EVO 250GB M.2 SSD
6) Zotac GeForce GTX 1050 2GB Super Compact graphics card (Mainly for 4K display, not gaming. If you want to game using this, select a better GPU below)
7) Rosewill Dual Band AC 1300mbps Wifi Adapter
8) Corsair TXM series 750 watt power supply, Gold Certified
9) Windows 10 Pro, Licensed
Note: In "Extra Add-Ons", you can add in hard drives for more storage. Since we're not sure what your specific storage needs are, we left that up to you to decide. All hard drives purchased will be placed in the back of the unit. They can be hot-swapped for other drives, in case you need to switch them out quickly. We'll enable hot-swapping on the UEFI settings. This is especially useful if you need to start your stream in a couple minutes but you're saving the stream while broadcasting it, so you don't have the time to shut down the system, unscrew drives, reconnect cables, screw them back in, then start the PC back up. Hot-swap means while the PC is on, you can slide the drives out, disconnect them, put the new one in, then slide it back in and get to work.
Note 2: Liquid cooled CPU options down below! (The last images are the liquid cooler we'll use)
GTX 1050: The GPU that comes with the system, allows light gaming at 720P and 1080P/4K screen viewing. Since the Ryzen CPU does not have a GPU built into it (and we're skeptical of the 2200G or 2400G's integrated graphics running a 4K monitor effortlessly while streaming and running a few other programs).
GTX 1050TI: Allows 1080P medium-high gaming while streaming. Great for anyone planning to stream and game at the same time!
RX 580: A high-end GPU, this is the GTX 1080 of Radeon. With enough VRAM to do some 4K gaming and VR, you can add in a GPU that will let you game at amazing settings, and the price isn't too bad either!
If you need a better GPU past this, you may as well select Fenrir or Ragnarok, as those CPUs will handle streaming easily (since the CPUs are liquid-cooled, you shouldn't have a problem pushing them over their limits).