I've removed your email address because it will be harvested by spammers and also all assistance is to be done on the boards so if helpers have any questions they can ask them here in the thread.
Yes, I mostly want this PC because of the video's linked. I saw that Ryzen 3 was a pretty good CPU. I know buying prebuilt "gaming" desktops is a kind of Risk but , Building a PC requires a lot of money, don't you think.Of course I could save money for a 400€ PC build.Have you considered building you a PC? I would highly recommend doing so. With such so called gaming builds like that.....the hardware is a crap shoot at best, off brand and low end hardware. Most of the time these are just budget builds. For the money most spend on these prebuilt systems you can put together a really nice gaming rig.
I knew from the start this wouldn't be trustworthy. Most reviews for the R3 2200g are positive because its an iGPU CPU that lcan handle a lot, for its money I wouls say Its JUST ok. Where Can I get help for PC building information?( In your website) *Also there's an email where you can ask for additional information but , I will try to save money and build a PC.*That is not a processor for a gaming system; in fact the 2200G was what AMD used to "Loan" to people in order to flash a bios. In short a low end processor.
No listing for what motherboard is being used.
Pw supply is only listed as "500W"
If a builder does not want to list detailed specs; I would not even look at the system.
I would seriously consider either building your own OR if you do not feel comfortable doing so, have a shop do a build for you.
I have some experience with PC building and I can say everything you say is absolutely right. A trustworthy PSU is required so the PC can actually even boot. R3 2200g ofc is not listed in "gaming CPU's" but I thought it could work. How dumb of me getting "scammed" by a "strange" website, but the site I actually learnt it from is 100% trustful, it's 'skroutz'. I know it from personal and friends experience. Thank you again.There is nothing wrong with a 2200G; it is fine for basic use ie running office, email, etc NOT fine for gaming. There is a LOT more to a gaming system than simply installing a video card. A quality gaming system has a high end motherboard with extra chipset cooling, heavy duty pw regulation, steel video slots, etc. A gaming system has a quality pw supply and a case with good airflow to facilitate cooling. In short ALL of the parts need to work together to achieve a decent level of performance.