Post by baconz1343 on Jul 11, 2015 13:01:19 GMT -6
hello,im lookin at buyin a new PC..but im not the best at pickin on the right shit to get a good PC,so im lookin for someone to point me where i can find a good pre built PC,or a good parts list to build one my self,,i would like to stay under 600-700.but willing to go to like 1000-1200,just need a good PC,for gaming,thank you
If you want a good build that will last you a while, here's a pretty sweet one. No CPU cooler, but you can add it later. Same with more ram and a better GPU if you choose. Adding an SSD is your choice, but I recommend a 120gb or 240gb.
I chose that case because of its sleek design, which I personally really like, and the excellent cable management capabilities. The windows you chose is iffy for not so tech savy users, and even I would not want to chance that. I'll stick with regular old windows. Maybe if I asked some people who'd tried it and used ISO's more, I might, but it's iffy in my book. Those are good PSUs, but the one I chose has the ability to run SLI or Crossfire, and is more efficient than the two you chose. I will never buy a power supply that isn't fully modular, and having an extra 100W, 2 more PCIE connectors, AND higher power efficiency is worth the $30. I cheaped out and bought a cheaper hard drive for my first drive, and have never regretted anything more. I will never buy another HDD that isn't a wd caviar black. 960 or 970 is personal choice and dependent on funds, aswell as the psu and case. Also, if you'll notice, the build is color coded and matching. Another reason why I chose some of the parts I did. He doesn't have to pick my build, but I'm 100% confident it will run any game he wants to run, and do it very well. It won't do tripple monitors or 4k very well, but 1080p or even 1440p it can most likely handle just fine. SSD, additional fans, and a CPU cooler can be added later as funds become more available. If you have a windows 7 disk lying around, I'd do what RBR recommended with the windows keys, and just buy a key so you'll have a registered key that works for sure. I really don't recommend you ever get a soundcard unless you want an extreme audio sensation, because the onboard soundboards as of late are very, very good. If you ever decide to get a CPU cooler, which I don't recomment unless you plan to overclock in the future, I recommend one of Corsair's liquid coolers, or even a custom loop if you have the funds. However, I wouldn't get too crazy on cooling unless you're running a high end i7 and high end GPU. This is all my opinion, and I'm no expert, so take it with a grain of salt. I will try very hard not to mislead you, but all my reviews and advice will be fairly one sided because I have no experience at all with AMD or ATI in any way other than video reviews and word of mouth. If you want an AMD build, you need to find another tech guy.
Post by baconz1343 on Jul 17, 2015 16:15:47 GMT -6
thank you colonel,sir,ill be useing your build.. -the case and power supply,since i already got a damn near new 650watt power supply and i love the case i got now,so ill just use it,so ill be around 775$,witch is a awesome price,so thank you sir for all your help
Pretty badass setup here. Only thing you could really improve on is get an i7-4790k then you've really got a beast. And yes, the 650w psu will run this. A 500w psu will run it. Not directed at you just in general to anyone who wonders. You won't be able to do sli or crossfire with a 650 but it's plenty for what you're doing. pcpartpicker.com/p/qFmd23
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