Best Gaming PC for £600

Hi there, im looking into buying a gaming PC for around £600 , but im having trouble picking which parts (motherboard, ram, cpu, gpu) will be beneficial for me. Could you guys tell me which will be the best components to get for my budget, i do not requires, i am just building the pc it self, so dw about keyboard, mouses, monitors etc... Thanks guys.

p.s while i let people comment on this video i will be searching for the components i would like to get and paste them in this forum and see what other people say.
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  1. do you want to overclock your PC?and do you have any personal taste?
  2. you do or don't need monitor? OS?
  3. thats about £615 but you should be able to play almost all games at max settings.
  4. thasan1 said:
    do you want to overclock your PC?and do you have any personal taste?

    no i dont want to overclock it
  5. envy14tpe said:
    you do or don't need monitor? OS?

    No i do not require a monitor, the OS i will pick up from amazon, or is there a cheaper place i can get it ?
  6. Looks alright. Everything works together. Don't forget a cooler:
    You might need this to cool CPU since Intel cooler sucks.

    Slightly cheaper price. and awesome case.

    If you don't want to overclock then save some money and don't get a 3570k. Grab a 3470. Also you could get a H77 motherboard instead of a Z77.
  7. carbonated92 said:

    a very decent build but isnt it over £168 of your base price?
  8. This is a pre-built system that is a base price of £359.99. With an operating system and an extra 8GB RAM this bumps the price up to £468.00. You can have it with 32GB Ram, AMD Bulldozer FX-6100 Six Core 3.3Ghz processor, AMD 6670 2GB Graphics Card, 1TB SATA Hard Drive, 150Mbps WiFi, and a24x SATA DVD-RW Drive. With Windows 7 or Windows 8, that would make the final price £534.97 - I'm also buying this system in a few weeks. Hope this helps :)
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