Choosing a ganing rig.

Evening,

I've been trying to get into PC gaming for a while but, unfortunately, I haven't had the time, space or money to have one that has changed but as a console gamer I am up the creek without a boat nor paddle.

So my precidament is now put across what rig should I get. My maximum expenses are £650, General gaming would ensue and that's that.

Any help would be appreciated.
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  1. Aurelexus said:
    Evening,

    I've been trying to get into PC gaming for a while but, unfortunately, I haven't had the time, space or money to have one that has changed but as a console gamer I am up the creek without a boat nor paddle.

    So my precidament is now put across what rig should I get. My maximum expenses are £650, General gaming would ensue and that's that.http://www.amazon.com/iBuyPower-GAMER-POWER-AM699-Desktop/dp/B009O7XGGA/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1368840986&sr=8-9&keywords=gaming+pc

    Any help would be appreciated.
  2. this one is good but you still need a monitor
  3. Aurelexus said:
    Evening,

    I've been trying to get into PC gaming for a while but, unfortunately, I haven't had the time, space or money to have one that has changed but as a console gamer I am up the creek without a boat nor paddle.

    So my precidament is now put across what rig should I get. My maximum expenses are £650, General gaming would ensue and that's that.

    Any help would be appreciated.


    Do you need a new computer with an OS and peripherals (monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers), or just a new computer? The former would be a bit of a squeeze at that price, while the latter is quite doable.

    I would avoid the iBuyPower ARTiCC advocated. Prebuilts are never efficient, and that one is no exception.
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