The Cheap PC Challenge 2022 #CheapPCChallenge2022 @TechAmbr
Tech Ambrosia has established a Cheap PC Challenge:
Build a PC for less than $100! Complete challenges for points! Show off the most ridiculous thing it can do!
– Tag your post or video with #CheapPCChallenge2022
– $100 budget total for: CPU, GPU, RAM, Motherboard, Power Supply, CPU Heatsink, and Boot Drive
– Show your purchase receipts to qualify
– Case, Keyboard, Monitor, Mouse, Speakers / Headphones, Misc Cables, and the OS are not included in the $100 budget
– Shipping is not counted in the $100 budget
– Post your build by December 31, 2022
– Unigine Sanctuary: Benchmark Score ÷ 10
– Cinebench: (Single Core + Multi Core) × 10
– Google Docs: 60 – (seconds it takes to completely load the document)
– Price: +1 point for each dollar under $100. -5 points for each dollar OVER $100
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