Can a 3D printer print a CPU

PC for 3D programs / 3D printer

Good day,

My buddy is looking for a new PC and he asked me for help so I'm reaching out to you

1. What do you want to do with the PC? Play? Image / music / video editing?

The main focus is on Fusion 360, Ultimaker cura, Tinkercad and other 3d programs

1.1 If playing: which games exactly? What resolution? High / medium / low quality? How many FPS? (You're welcome all four Answering questions!)

Games are not played.

1.2 If image / music / video editing or CAD: as a hobby or are you a professional? What software will you use?

Mainly a hobby for the 3D printer

Fusion 360, Ultimaker cura, Tinkercad and other 3d programs

1.3 Do you have any special requirements or wishes (overclocking, a particularly quiet PC, ...)?

The main thing is that it doesn't have to be fast, it doesn't have to be quiet, OC is not thought of in the first place

1.4 How many and which monitors do you want to use? Number, model, resolution, refresh rate (Hertz)? Is FreeSync (AMD) or G-Sync (Nvidia) supported?

Currently he is using a monitor or an old television, I can't say exactly, if it plays a big role I'll ask again

2. Do you still have an old PC, some of the components of which could still be used?
  • Processor (CPU):
  • Random Access Memory (RAM):
  • Mainboard: gigabyte ga-x48-ds4
  • Power supply: Power LC6600 600W
  • Housing: standard housing
  • Graphics card: Palit GTX560Ti
  • HDD / SSD: 1TB HDD
He would like to buy as little new as possible, actually only mainboard, RAM, CPU. I think the power supply should be replaced

3. How much money are you willing to spend?

800-1000 euros

4. In how many years do you want to upgrade or replace the system at the earliest?

As late as possible the area of ‚Äč‚Äčapplication does not change at first. 4-5 years would be great

5. When do you want to buy the PC? Immediately if possible or can you wait a few more weeks / months?

As quickly as possible

6. Would you like to assemble the PC yourself or have it assembled?

Assemble it yourself