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Q: Help me with building up top gaming PC

This what I've picked out thus far. This going to be used for gaming and for programs like Adobe Photoshop, 3DS Max, etc.

Cooler Master CM Storm Wired Gaming Mechanical Keyboard
ASRock Z77 Extreme4 LGA 1155 Intel Z77
Rosewill THOR V2 Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case
EVGA 02G-P4-3660-KR GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2GB
CORSAIR HX Series HX750 750W ATX12V
Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz
G.SKILL Value Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3(2)
SAMSUNG Spinpoint F3 1TB
ASUS DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS Black SATA 24X DVD Burner
COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 EVO
Kingston HyperX 3K 129GB SSD
ASUS VH242H Black 23.6" 5ms HDMI

Suggestions, comments?
Thanks in advance

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A: Help me with building up top gaming PC

Looks good to me!!

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ok so let me just throw my budget out here est I'm not sure i could be more or less thats just a rough idea MY NEED I want it to be able to play games like HITMAN ABSOLUTION at - atleast And i want it to be able a Gaming Low budget. Building Computer Gaming Help. to play grand theft auto v I need help in the costs of the parts im choosing if it can be better then please suggest parts Any way I need Building a Gaming Computer Gaming Low budget. Help. help Building a Gaming Computer Gaming Low budget. Help. in every aspect RAM I know what RAM is Im going for to gb will ddr do the job how much will it cost Processor I believe that a i should be okay a ghz one its around right Should i pick another one GPU okay so currently I have in my laptop a Nvidia m Its an integrated card I obviously want a dedicated one Im not sure which to pick please recommend a card hopefully from Nvidia What does bit bit mean in GPUs And what memory should the card have gb EDIT i found this card http www geforce com hardware desk geforce-gt its price is around can i go for this HDD at the time of purchase Im thinking about gb hdds because if i need more I'll simply attach more so thats not a problem MotherBoard I know s it about these things My plan is to tell my desired parts to the guy at the shop from where im buying and getting it built i'll just tell which parts I want Then he'll just choose a good enough mother board for me is this ok Did i miss anything please help me

A:Building a Gaming Computer Gaming Low budget. Help.

The only thing that's missing is the power supply (the "PSU"), but we should wait until you select a CPU and video card - especially the video card. The PSU is an investment, so we have to make sure it's a good one.

Anyway,

RAM:

Go for a 2 x 4 GB kit or 2 x 8 GB kit. Your only choice right now is DDR3. The cost can vary from roughly $50 USD give or take $10-$20 to almost $200 USD and more.

CPU:

Which i5? 2nd Generation, 3rd Generation, or 4th Generation Core i5? The cost should be at around $200 give or take $10 to $20 USD.

Video card:

Try to avoid being loyal to one side or the other (NVIDIA or AMD) because some AMD GPUs are way better, but some NVIDIA GPUs are better.

The 128bit or 256bit is the bandwidth of the memory. The higher the number, the faster the memory can be in some ways.

The amount of memory you'd want is about 2GB, yeah. The more the merrier, but it mostly benefits textures.

You can go for any video card you want, but the GT 640 might not be an appreciable upgrade from the 410m. You'll notice it, but I dunno...

HDD:

Yeah, this is a little bit of a personal thing because take me for example: I have two 60 GB solid state drives and it's all I need. One is for Windows and programs, and the other is for things like My Documents and even my desktop.

Like the power supply, the hard drive is a bit of an investment, so try to get good ones.

Motherboard:

Not really. I would also like to see you build it instead of making someone do it for you. That way, you can make sure it's done right the first time. You won't need to know how to do anything because you can lean on us.

I also recommend posting this thread over on Overclock.net, but make it clear that you're not overclocking. They are very good at building computers.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/297530-building-gaming-computer-gaming-low-budget-help.html
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Hi Guys,

As the title is saying, I am in the process of building a new PC for my Bro-In-Law, but he is on a tight budget. This is what I have been able to come up with from tigerdirect.ca.

Yes, a key thing is that I am in Canada!

I really appreciate any feedback you can provide and if you have any recommendations, they're most welcome.

The catch in all this is that I must procure these parts in a 1 week window (max 1week 2 days), after which my bro-in-law is leaving for UK.
What do you guys think?
PS:

CPU is clocked at 3.0GHz
Mobo is SLI and a lot of expandability, but only on DDR2 (cheaper)
Corsair TwinX dual channel (2x2048) 4GB DDR2 clocked @ 800MHz
NZXT tempest case comes with all 6 fans incl.
PSU has manual switching to 230V for UK, and is SLI ready
 

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Looks good. newegg.ca might have better prices, but I am not sure.
 

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http://www.tigerdirect.com/cgi-bin/...art=y&msg=0&q=1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1

this is what i want but its about 300 dollars over budget.

if you guys have parts you can recommend, please do.

i have to buy off tigerdirect because i live in puerto vallarta, mexico
 

A:Building a Gaming a rig

The link you posted was to your cart which doesn't work right, can you link directly to the computer you were looking at. Also since its unclear what is your budget and what you want included in that budget.
 

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A:need help building a gaming pc

Hi, there! Awesome plan! Check out this thread where we talk allot about the ins and outs of gaming pc buillding! The original poster is probably going to spend about 1500 bucks but the information contained here is very insightful. Also, you could probably see what kind of components he's going to use and just get the less expensive versions. Also, do check out http://www.maximumpc.com since they build rigs of varying levels of price all of the time. In fact, I think they often build 500 to 750 dollar rigs a couple of times a year! At any rate, have fun and here's the link!

http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/892702-first-time-builder-need-advice.html
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/need-help-building-a-gaming-pc.893847/
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VisionTek XTASY Radeon X850XT 256MB PCI-Express Graphics Card 189.99
Creative Sound Blaster Audigy SE 7.1 Surround 24 Bit 96KHz 34.99
Western Digital Caviar 250GB SATAII (WD2500KS) 7200RPM 16MB Buffer 92.00
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all i need now is a case, a mobo and maybe a psu.
 

A:Need help building a gaming rig

You wont have anything without a PSU, and check on newegg.com, the prices are lower.
 

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A:Building my first gaming rig

Do not get xp home, as it does not fully support multi-core CPUs. I personally like vista more than xp, but xp pro would work.
 

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A:Building a gaming PC

Pretty much no...

You're looking at at least 700-800 bucks for an entry level system. If you had an optical drive and a hard drive to carry over and you only had to worry about central components, 500 bucks would be doable. But it wouldn't be a hot rig by any stretch...

Basically you need

PCI-E Mobo (Socket 939 or a comparable board from that 'other' company)
1Gb of PC3200 (or greater)
PCI-E Video Card (6600/X600 or greater)
Entry Level Processor (Athlon 64 3000 or comparable)
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Thats gonna ring in around $500, maybe a bit more.

You can price it on Newegg if you want, but I think thats around $500ish. You'd still need

HDD (80Gb, 7200 RPM 8Mb Cache, or greater)
Optical Drive (DVD required)
Case/PSU (400W or greater, make sure it has good ventilation)
120mm/80mm Fans for front and back of case
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$200-$300 (a bit more if you want a stlyish case)
 

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I'm willing to spend around $1000-1200 total.

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A:Building New Gaming PC

With the 8800GT and the Q6600 you've already spent $600.00, so we're going to have to scrimp on the rest of the stuff.


Gigabyte Motherboard $86.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128062

Or
EVGA Motherboard with SLI $167.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813188015

Adata Memory $54.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820211066

CoolerMaster Case and 550 watt PSU $182.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119142

Or
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...=&Subcategory=7&description=&Ntk=&srchInDesc=


Windows XP Pro $145.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16832116059

Or
Windows Vista Ultimate $180.00
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16832116213
 

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A:Building New PC, Gaming, Need Some Help

Looks good to me.
You don't list an OS though, hope you remembered to include that in your price.
 

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A:Building a new Gaming Rig

personaly, i would get a x2 4200+, a evga 7900 (gtx if you have the money), this mobo http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813136009

asetec waterchill cooling system, and a thermalake tsunami case...as far as case fans..probably just a couple of low dec. 80mm and 1 big 120mm for the back and cut down on the memory to 2 sticks of http://www.circuitcity.com/ssm/King...08887/catOid/-12993/rpem/ccd/productDetail.do

but..if you have the money then you can better..power supply i would recc. a 500 W. antec
 

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A:Building Gaming PC

You should get this moved to hardware, you will get better results in terms of response.

As to building a "labtop", I have no idea what that is unless you mean a laptop, in which case there is no generic supply of components, each maker is proprietary. Unlike a desktop, where generic components abound.
 

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A:Building new Gaming PC

Well can u explain why you don't want to go with intel? I'm just not getting what you are saying......lack of sleep....i guess. Anyway what type of HDD have you got and what OS are you going with? Anyway besides that nice setup. Although I would recommend Mushkin Ram Or G.Skill Ram
 

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Do you have access to Ebay?? I would start there. Everybody is Going to the I-core 7 stuff ,So there some real deals on the 775 stuff.

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A:Building a gaming PC

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Alright so, I need some help building my own PC.
It's gonna be used for gaming.
I don't need SLI, crossfire, or any of that.

Things I want the PC to have at a minimum.
Radeon 6950
8GB RAM (Also room for future upgrades possibly?)
500GB Hard Drive

I really just need a Gamging PC which will run games like Saints Row The Third, Call Of Duty, and other big games like that on atleast high settings

My price range is $700

Also a site to buy them from would be nice.
If someone would be nice enough to help me pick out PC parts that'd be great..
 

A:Help building my first PC for gaming.

Just the PC or monitor and OS as well?

$700 will be tight, especially for a "gaming" rig. You can get some basic build information here: http://www.techsupportforum.com/for...evised-2011-and-updated-regularly-448272.html

Just substitute/add/remove parts as needed to achieve your budget.
 

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A:Building My First Gaming PC

It's not absolutely necessary to get the anti-static strap but it wouldn't hurt either, especially since this is your first time. You should allow for the cost of an operating system. Windows XP or Vista will run a bit under $100 for OEM home versions.

ECS would not be my first choice as its reputation isn't that great but on the other hand I can't say from first hand experience. I share your reservations about that power supply. It's a bit of crap shoot as to whether it will work adequately for your purposes or not. The RAM should be fine.

Also, tax and shipping will add to your total so keep that in mind.
 

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A:Building a new gaming rig for $1,000 to $1,500

Just recieved this feedback. How is it?

Processor Intel Core i5-3450 $200 - no, get an i7 ivy bridge.
Memory 2x2GB G.Skill DDR3 1333MHz $22 - no, get at least 8Gb, but considering the price scale you may as well get 16. Get Corsair or Kingston.
Graphics Radeon HD 7770 $125 - very old model at this point you probably want newer go to radeon's site and look around
Storage Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB $65 - don't get blue get black also if you missed my other post I can get you a 2Tb black for ~$80
Optical Lite-On iHAS124-04 $17 - who the **** is Lite-On? Doesn't matter get Asus
Power Antec Neo Eco 520C $55 - 520W is a bit on the low end for a gaming machine. Get at least 600W.
 

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A:Building my first gaming rig

Check this out: http://www.techspot.com/article/34-core2duo-gaming-under-1000/
 

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rams: kingston 6gig pc3 14400c8 hyperx intel xmp
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os: vista ultimate x64

will be getting the lastest razer keyboard,mouse,mouse mat,headphones
cant wait to get it built up & running... will get piccys soon!
first game i will play is crysis

thanks for reading,

A:building new gaming pc...

I dont think what you are building is enough, you probably wont be able to play any game on high settings, let alone crysis on low!!! I would just trash what you have and start over with decent parts....






j/k That computer is going to be insane! Have fun putting it together!

Jeremy

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A:Building a New Gaming PC

I am not compiling the whole pc for you but i have just now assembled my own..

As you want it under 700 pounds
i recommend AMD Phenom X4 965(instead of an i7)
ATI Radeon HD 5850 or two ATI 5770 Crossfired
Take an MSI 9xxx series for the MObo
and oh!!
Mouse which is very important if you play FPS games Online..Take a Death Adder V2 if possible
And G.Skill Gaming Series Ram (Important it should be the one with 1333 Mhz) this ram is awesome!!
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A:Building gaming pc

if your looking for a cheapish gaming GPU i'd go for the gigabyte geforce GTX 950. As it is much more powerful and not that much more expensive.I would suggest an SSD if you don't already have one.

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A:Building an $800 gaming PC

Is there a reason that this MUST be Intel Based? Going with an AMD based system will give more bang for your buck.
 

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A:need help building gaming pc

The power supply should be fine...
 

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A:!!help building a gaming pc!!

Why don't you go to a site like Newegg or ZipZoomFly and get the prices from there. That should give you enough pricing info.

Instead of 4 x 512. Just get 2 x 1GB of RAM.

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811124118

[Edit] Wrong case.
 

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A:Building a new gaming pc

i would skip antec. their voltage is not consistent.check the posting on this page under "weird problem". you can get a heck of a 500 watt psu for $59.00 from tigerdirect. the other stuff seems to be ok.
 

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A:Building first gaming PC

Triple channel memory will only work in Intel motherboards. The motherboard you have listed and processor are both AMD and they will work very fine for you. You are aware that the motherboard is a Micro one, correct?

What is your budget?
 

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A:Building a gaming PC

looks preety good. fast ram and a top of te range graphics card will get you far i always say :-D
 

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A:Building my first gaming pc

Hi Xiusho Just wondering what PSU you will be using (cheep ones are not worth buying, Go for a branded one) as the PSU is the heart of your rig

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A:Building first gaming PC

You could start here:
http://www.techspot.com/guides/buying/

There's 4 machines in various price ranges. That should give you an idea of what hardware to look at.
 

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A:Building a new gaming rig

Hard for me to advise..... I always start with the case... i would suggest the Antec 1200..... but I think the case alone would eat abt half ur budget.... :-(
 

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A:Building my very first gaming rig

Holy cow! Nice setup! The one and only suggestion I would make to you is a hard drive with more space. Seagate Barracuda is my favorite. If you can find a 500GB or 750GB, I would go for that. Or...a couple of 500GB drives.
 

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A:Building new gaming rig

Good power supply.

Good memory but please don't mix. Just stick with one kind because you are gaining nothing otherwise; plus you'll save yourself future potential headaches.

Go with the Caviar Black.
 

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A:Building a new gaming rig

Originally Posted by fluffydonkeys


- Hi guys, I am planning on building a custom PC meant to be able high end gaming for a couple of years. This is an example of what I have in mind. It's meant to be upgradeable in terms of video card, hence a higher end motherboard. Now you might notice a missing video card and this is where I need your help: It's basically Nvidia 970 versus ATI 290x.

- The good old question: should I wait for Pascal? Even though it's tricky, I want this pc to be able to handle games for a long enough time without having to upgrade its processor.

- The sort of games I love to play are Far Cry series, Bioshock games, recent Tomb Raider games, I'm looking forward to Uncharted 4, Horizon Zero Dawn, Need for Speed and giving SW Battlefront a chance. Some Fifa and mmorpg's may be thrown into the mix as well.



- The system overall looks pretty good just skimming through what you listed. My concern with your build is what do you consider "High End"? Because the video cards you listed are great and will play games wonderful. However, if your idea of, "High End" is above 1080p or always having ultra settings, stuff like a GTX 970 might not always cut it.

- The problem with waiting for a newer generation is you don't exactly have a arrival date, when they do come out it's not always affordable, first batch may be hard to obtain due to low stock, and it may not even be that amazing of an upgrade. The flag ship cards are some of the worst for those situations when first released. Overall you should just buy in the now and not live in the dream of something that is going to be ten times better when it is likely not.

- You will not be playing all of those games you listed on a PC. At least not Uncharted 4 because that is a Naughty Dogs game which is heavily tied to Sony.

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A:Building a gaming computer

What games do you play and at what resolution? And what's your budget?

I very much you would be able to reuse anything in that 2004 Compaq except maybe the HDD and the DVD drive.
 

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A:Building a gaming laptop

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A:Advice Building new Gaming PC

For a processor, either choice you list will work just fine. Since you mention video editing, you may consider a quad core, like this(from what I could figure, it would almost fit in the budget, depending on your case/psu choices).
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115017
It is a good bit of cash though, and only an improvement in multithreaded apps.

I think this board would be a nice one for you (and reasonably priced too). P5N-E SLI
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131142
The Abit you list seems pretty nice too, but I don't think it support sli.

You should get a ddr2 800 kit with a cas of 4.
Here's what I'd suggest. G.Skill DDR2 800 C4

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231114

Or this ram if you want 2x2GB(easier future upgrades, due to empty slots), but it's slightly slower ram at cas5.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231122

I'd suggest an 8800 card, even though the drivers are not perfect yet.

The difference is the memory size on the cards you list, as well as the 640mb being an overclocked edition(pricier).
If you game at high res(like on your 22" lcd), you will want the more memory, if not, then the 320 will be fine. EVGA makes good cards, so I'd recommend them.
This 640Mb evga is cheaper, which makes the difference $100USD.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130071
Make sure you get a good power supply to power your "beast."
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A:Building a gaming computer

For current game titles, you need more than a Geforce GT 640. You would be better off going with the 650 for just a few $ more, if you couldn't get a better card such as the Geforce GTX 660.

GeForce GT 640 DDR3 vs GeForce GTX 650

Everything else looks pretty good to me.

Which case and power supply is going to be used?
 

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A:Building a new PC for high-res gaming

Looks like a good balance of components to me. Out of curiosity what power supply was you considering for the build?

For a single "SAPPHIRE HD 7970 3GB GDDR5", you will need at least a 550W PSU.
 

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A:Building a Gaming Computer

You have some high end parts there, except for the power supply which is junk and it's open box so somewhere has already returned it. Some of the other stuff is pretty cheap too.

Here's a much higher quality modular power supply from Corsair: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139051 More is better to a point, but too little is always bad, and quality matters a massive amount in power supplies.

An 80GB hard drive is not only very small, it's also much slower than modern big drives, as the hard drive is already one of the slowest components it's best to go with a fast one. It's probably also old and carries an expired warranty. And for not too much more you can get a much bigger and faster 500GB drive that's brand new: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822149380 You may even consider getting an SSD for the main drive; SSD's are massively popular for their incredible speeds. Also just to give you an idea; Windows with all updates, the system drivers, and Office alone will fill about half of that 80GB drive, a complete set of a game such as The Sims 3 with all expansion packs would more than fill that drive without anything else.

You also don't need additional SATA cables, the motherboard comes with those.

The keyboard/mouse combo has bad ratings, looks very cheap. Invest in a quality Logitech, Microsoft, Razer, or Corsair keyboard or combo.

An i5 is perfect for gaming, i7's tend to do better for multimedia/rendering or all out units. The Geforce GTX 770 is a great card and a fine match for the i5.
 

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A:Building a gaming PC, need advice

Doesn't look like a bad setup but you still need RAM and I would suggest a DVD or Bluray drive. Also, do you have an operating system, monitor(s), mouse and keyboard already, or will you need those also? You could save money by shopping around (if you have that option - example NewEgg / Tigerdirect / etc). You could also save some money by looking at alternative items.
 

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A:Need help building a gaming computer for $500 or less

man $500 is hard to hit but you might try this its without an OS though

case-http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129042
HDD-http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822136218
MB-http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128376
Video card-http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102822
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CPU-http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103300
Burner-http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827151173
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A:Building a first gaming pc and need advice.

Cooler Master eXtreme Power Plus 700-Watt Power Supply

is one of their lower quality units

silent pro model better

look for 5-7yr warranty

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139020

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817153126

Antec Nine Hundred Black Steel ATX Mid Tower

i have one of these used for 1 day and replaced

for me there is not enough space from the back of the m/board where sata plugs into the the edge of the m/board and the back of the drives
 

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Also, my budget is 800-1200

And im sorry I have no idea where to start, this will be my first build.
 

A:Building a Gaming computar

With a $1200 budget, you can easily run the games at very high settings. This is what I recommend:

CPU: Intel Core i5 4670K
Motherboard: ASUS Z87-K
CPU Cooler: Hyper 212 Evo
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB
SSD: OCZ Vector 128GB
HDD: WD Caviar Black 1TB
GPU: EVGA GTX 760
PSU: Corsair HX650
Case: Your choice, but the Corsair 200R is a very functional and cost effective case.

The build above brings you to about $1100 (with the Corsair 200R). If you want a bigger SSD, just buy the 256GB version for about $100 more.

Do you need peripherals like a mouse and keyboard? Also, do you need a copy of Windows 7 or 8?
 

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CPU:
INTEL CORE I5 3570K 3.4GHZ 6MB S-1155 IVY

GPU:
SAPPHIRE RADEON HD7850 OC 2GB PCI-E DVI/HDMI/DP

RAM:
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SSD:
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DVDR:
SAMSUNG DVD±R/RW/RAM DL 24X SATA BULK BLACK

Tower:
COOLER MASTER ELITE 430 ATX BLACK
 

A:Building a gaming computer

Alright, I see no HDD other than the SSD 60GB and no PSU. Do you already have these items? Also, what is your budget so we know what you're working with should we suggest some changes.
 

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A:building gaming computer

When you are spending money i don't consider it saving money. But if you mean in comparison to a company such as alienware, you could probably save $700-1000 on building it on your own.

I would save up all the money, and then buy the parts. You will regret gradually collecting parts, because when it comes time to put it together, it will probably be out of date.
 

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Open to any and all suddestions for building my own gaming PC. Not looking to spend alienware type$$, just enough for a high power end PC. Intel fan!

Update: Intel core 2 duo 2.66 gigz,EVGA GTX8800 Nvidia 768MB SLI not try to spend more then 600$ on a video card. Looking for suggestions on SLI memory and a nice case, preferably water cooled with or seperate PSU. Also for Monitor, sound card, HDD and anything else. Thanks

Estimate no more than $2000 excluding graphics card and mobo which prob going to be a G.
 

A:Suggestions Building GAMING PC

How much $$$ exactly?
 

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A:Building first gaming pc, thoughts?

I think you should go for the latest Haswell chip (4670K). It has much more power saving features than Ivy Bridge does, and will future-proof longer. Here is the build I suggest:
CPU: Intel Core i5 4670K ($200 @ Microcenter)
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H ($180 @ Newegg)
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) ($70 @ Newegg)
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 770 ($400 @ Newegg)
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro ($240 @ Newegg)
PSU: Corsair HX750 ($130 @ Newegg)
Case: Cooler Master HAF 912 ($60 @ Newegg)

This is a build that will fit the $1300 budget. I can easily trim it down to about $1000-$1200 by downgrading components. This is the cream of the crop, the best of the best build you can achieve right here for <$1500. I recommend the build as is. You may need to add in a HDD for external storage for about $100. Also, at 1080P, you dont really need a GTX 770. You can downgrade to a 660Ti (or the 760Ti when it is released int he coming days). With some price hunting and some more research, you can find deals on components. I can easily get this build down to a lower budget if you ask, so please, tell me feedback .
 

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I was planning on building a new computer next month, the computer will be used primarily for gaming. My goal is to achieve running the latest games on 1920x1080 maximum settings (anti-aliasing not a necessity, I think). To achieve this, I would need some help from the experts of SevenForums, so here's my current custom build I setup:


Any improvements I can make? My budget will around €1400/$1700 - but the less the build will cost the better! Please no AMD/ATI cards, I don't like those due to personal reasons. Also, I would like to note that I'm from Holland so no things like special promotions from NewEgg or whatever. Thanks for your help!

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A:Building a Gaming PC, is this good?

Looks like a nice build to me.

The only suggestion I might make is to see what the new GTX 760ti is like. I know the 780 was released a week or so back and the 770 a few days ago and if the performance of these 2 is anything to go by then I expect the 760 to be a great card.
I am not exactly sure on the release date, but I don't think it will be too far away now.

Paul.

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A:Building a Gaming systems

Go to www.ibuypower.com choose the "Holiday Mage", configure it like this:
Case ( NZXT Gamma Gaming Mid Tower Case - Black )
Processor ( [== Quad Core ==] AMD Athlon&#8482; II X4 620 Quad-Core CPU )
Motherboard ( Gigabyte GA-MA785GT-UD3H -- AMD 785G / SB710 Hybrid CrossFire Chipset w/7.1 Sound, Gb LAN, S-ATA Raid, USB 2.0, PCI-E MB )
Memory ( 4 GB [2 GB X2] DDR3-1600 Memory Module - Corsair or Major Brand )
Video Card ( ATI Radeon HD 4850 - 512MB - Single Card )
Case Lighting ( None )
Power Supply ( 650 Watt -- Corsair CMPSU-650TX Power Supply - SLI Ready )
Processor Cooling ( [Free Upgrade] iBUYPOWER AMD Liquid CPU Cooling Fan System Kit )
Video Card Brand ( Major Brand Powered by ATI or NVIDIA )
Primary Hard Drive ( 1 TB HARD DRIVE -- 16M Cache, 7200 RPM, 3.0Gb/s - Single Drive )
Data Hard Drive ( None )
2nd Optical Drive ( None )
Optical Drive ( 22X Dual Format/Double Layer DVD±R/±RW + CD-R/RW Drive - Black )
External Hard Drives [USB 2.0/eSATA] ( None )
Sound Card ( 3D Premium Surround Sound Onboard )
Speaker System ( None )
Network Card ( Onboard LAN Network (Gb or 10/100) )
Floppy Drive ( None )
Monitor ( None )
Operating System ( Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium + [Free 60-Day !!!] Microsoft Office 2007(Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access ....) - 64-Bit )
Warranty ( Standard Warranty Service - Standard 3-Year Limited Warranty + Lifetime Technical Support )
Rush Service ( Rush Service Fee (not shipping fee) - No Rush Service, Estimate Ship Out in 5~10 Business Days )
Video Camera ( None )
Power Protection ( None )
Headset ( None )
Printer ( None )
Meter Display ( None )
Flash Media Reader/Writer ( None )
MP3/MP4 Player ( None )
USB Flash Drive ( None )
2nd Monitor ( None )
iBUYPOWER Labs - Noise Reduction ( None )
iBUYPOWER Labs - Internal Expansion ( None )
Netbook / Notebook Bundle ( None )Click to expand...

And you got a much higher quality, better performance rig for less than any available at the centralcomputers...
Also two years more warranty... You can of course lower the price by only choosing one.
 

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A:Need Help Building First Gaming Computer

Excellent post.

Try these parts instead for your budget:

AMD Phenom II X3 720 Black Edition 2.8GHz Triple-Core CPU with 6MB L3 Cache - Retail - $139.00
Gigabyte GA-MA770-UD3 AMD 770 ATX Motherboard - Retail - $69.99 ($59.99 after rebate)
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Western Digital Caviar Blue WD6400AAKS 640GB 7200RPM SATA HDD - OEM - $69.99
SAPPHIRE 100245HDMI Radeon HD 4850 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFire Supported Video Card - Retail
$124.99 - $10.00IR - $15.00MIR - $10.35 promo code "HARDOCPVGA51810" = $89.64 with free shipping
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PLEXTOR 20X DVD Qflix Burner Black SATA Model PX-806SA - OEM - $29.99
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Next i am going to buy is my PSU and MOBO

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PSU: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2974582&CatId=2036

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I definitely could use some help here..^

Edit: Another PSU consideration http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2776974&CatId=2036
 

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Well it is no PS3, but it looks nice! j/k
 

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A:Building a gaming system for $800... help!

You could go either the Intel or the AMD route, and there will be people who will suggest you go in different suggestions. Currently the newest Intel CPUs (the core 2 duo lineup) is the best CPU on the market in just about every way.

However, with AMDs price drops they are still is competitive and sometimes the better choice at the low budget level.

The choices you have listed above are... all over the place and incompatible with each other!! lol. You have AGP cards, PCI-e cards, socket 939 boards, AM2 boards...

Here (in my opinion) is the first thing we need to know before anyone can help. You said:



I want to build a computer that will alow me to play multiple games and do my homework at the same time.Click to expand...

What exactly do you want to be able to do? When you say gaming, what are the names of the games you play? Are we talking some online flash based smurf game, or first person shooters? This will greatly change your system if you need a gaming graphics card for today's newer games. What software do you use for your homework?
 

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A:Building new gaming pc (vid card help)

7800gt's are about $50 more that the cards you list, and have more power, they may be a good choice if you can afford it.

Evga is a good company, they have a lifetime warranty on retail products.

Typically amd athlon 64 systems are better for gaming and also typically run cooler(the presscot intel core runs hot) and usually cost less, but that doesn't mean that p4's aren't good as well. Both run games well.
(I'm not looking to start an intel vs. amd flame war here ).
 

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A:Building a gaming PC, opinions?

It will take a while for AMD to release their FX Series CPUs. Could you give us your maximum budget for the build.
 

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A:Building a gaming computer....help?

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i think that the i5 2500k is a a better option than the i7 2600k if you want to save money( 100$ ) without losing much gaming performance.
check this link : http://www.techspot.com/review/353-intel-sandy-bridge-corei5-2500k-corei7-2600k/page13.html
 

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Yeah. >_>

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Now, for what you've ALL been waiting for, Pengy/Rawk's... uh... computer? Also, all of this is from Newegg.

~Processor~

AMD Athlon 64 3700+ San Diego ($233.00)

~Mother Board~

DFI LanParty NF4 ($196.00)

~Video Card~

SAPPHIRE Radeon X800PRO ($196.00)

~Memory~

Patriot 1GB 184-pin DDR SDRAM ($126.33)

OR

OCZ EL Platinum Revision 2 ($167.41)

~Hard Drive~

Western Digital Caviar SE16 ($115.00)

~DVD Burner~

Plextor Black IDE ($45.99)

~Case~

Sunbeam Transformer ($98.99)

OR

ASPIRE X-Super Alien ($152.99)


~Mouse~

Logitech MX518 ($32.87)

~Keyboard~

Saitek Black Eclipse ($41.99)

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A:Building a gaming PC on a budget, need help.

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i would change the graphics card to a NVIDIA because ata readeon has a problem working with AMD im not really shore weather are not sapphire readon is the same and get a big monitor i know new egg has cheap monitors that are big but what do i know

(i think intel last longer then AMD)but i have an AMD 64
get a really cool looking tower with alot of power.........
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I think this is the right thread

As the title implies, I am trying to build a laptop from scratch. I want it to be like a gaming laptop, so.. i want it to handle my games well and play them really well.

What I ened help with is what kind of things should I buy, and when I have figured out what to buy, how to build it then. My budget is around 900 - 1500.

Thanks - ki
 

A:Building a gaming Laptop.

Highly unlikely you can get a laptop that you can call a gaming laptop for that price. Its also just as unlikely you can build one yourself for that price. Higher end laptops from a major manufacturer are going to probably be cheaper than you can build one.

Maybe somebody will correct me, but I just don'tthink you'll be able to do what you want on that kind of a budget.
 

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A:Building a Gaming Computer

seems like a good and solid system.

It may be good for you to buy a "gaming keyboard" though since it will be mainly used for gaming I asume. something like a "LASER Wolverine Deluxe FPS Gaming Keyboard".

Good luck, hope you kick ***

Regards,

Korrupt
 

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A:Building a gaming rig, some advice please?

For 30.00 more you can get a samsung 204B 20.1" 5ms response time, 800:1, and 1600X1200 resolution.

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A:Building a gaming computer

If you haven't already, check TechSpot's buying guide here: http://www.techspot.com/guides/buying/
 

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I live in the Philippines so we'll be using my currency (1 US. Dollar = 43.27 Pesos)

So what if my budget is around $700 dollars,(30,289 pesos) what would I be able to build with that kind of money?

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A:Building a gaming computer

I would imagine the best thing you can do right about now is tell us where you'd like to shop, and provide us with links of online retailers, we can then look using places you will actually use to provide you with a system you can actually get.

Prices will vary massively like they do for us in the UK.
 

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A:Building $800-$900 gaming computer

Go with this build:

AMD Phenom II X6 1055T Thuban 2.8GHz - $179.99
GIGABYTE GA-890FXA-UD5 AM3 - $179.99
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AMD Phenom 2 X4 940 3.0Ghz Black Edition Quad Core (274.99$)

or

AMD Phenom II 2.8Ghz (227.99) ( that one is a little cheaper then black eddtion, will i notice a differnce?)

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Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 Kentsfeild 2.4Ghz (235.99$)

they are all in my price rage, which one would be the best buy for gaming. or if you could tell me a better one in that price range that would be good, thanks.