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Build a computer with AMD Vishera FX-8320 + VGA for $500

I want to build a CPU that use AMD Vishera FX-8320 and a VGA so i can play games like BF3 and AC3.

Do you have any idea what build should be good?
Please kindly give me some suggestion (or your build). My budget is only about $500.

Thanks for your help :D

Note : What i mean from "build" is the spareparts i should use like motherboard, RAM, PSU, etc
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  1. With that budget, you are not going to be able to get much of a graphics card.
  2. uhhh tbh i would only go with like a 6---- series amd processor, and like a 7790 or 7770 makes everything look good at a good price to performance.
  3. logainofhades said:
    With that budget, you are not going to be able to get much of a graphics card.


    Anonymous said:
    uhhh tbh i would only go with like a 6---- series amd processor, and like a 7790 or 7770 makes everything look good at a good price to performance.


    Yes, i know i wouldn't get much. Im planning on stick to 8 cores, and use GTX 460 (768MB DDR 5 258bit). What do you think about this?Do you have better idea?

    Thanks :D
  4. well, in the future that might not be good but id say that card would be good for a couple of years, but who know with the direction technology is heading. but yeah id go with it if ur willing to take a hit for future proof
  5. With that budget, you may as well go for a PS4 and save yourself the trouble. $500 will leave you with a ~$100 GPU, which is unfortunately not going to play the latest games very well at all. Save a few more bucks and aim for at least the HD7870 graphics card if you intend to play next-gen games with a comfortable performance.
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    thismafiaguy said:
    With that budget, you may as well go for a PS4 and save yourself the trouble. $500 will leave you with a ~$100 GPU, which is unfortunately not going to play the latest games very well at all. Save a few more bucks and aim for at least the HD7870 graphics card if you intend to play next-gen games with a comfortable performance.


    A ps4, at only 500$ you aint going to get much, plus I recommend the 6300 or 6350 for gaming as they wont yield much a performance drop for the eight core.
  7. Elmysc96 said:
    thismafiaguy said:
    With that budget, you may as well go for a PS4 and save yourself the trouble. $500 will leave you with a ~$100 GPU, which is unfortunately not going to play the latest games very well at all. Save a few more bucks and aim for at least the HD7870 graphics card if you intend to play next-gen games with a comfortable performance.


    A ps4, at only 500$ you aint going to get much, plus I recommend the 6300 or 6350 for gaming as they wont yield much a performance drop for the eight core.


    PS4 starts at $399, with $500 he can probably get one with a bigger hard drive. There's not much else to it, the only "options" for a PS4 are going to be the amount of storage and perhaps an extra controller. If he puts together a PC with that budget, he sure ain't gonna get much. Just try adding together a list and you'll see what I'm on about. Don't forget the OS.
  8. well i just unplugged the gfx card...got it downloaded im gunna try installing with the reboot and see how it goes
  9. My set up is
    Lian li PC10nb
    Corsair CP-9020055-UK RM Series RM750 80 Plus Gold 750W ATX/EPS Fully Modular Power Supply Unit
    Gigabyte 970A-UD3P Motherboard (AMD 970, SB950 DDR3, SATA, RAID, ATX, Gigabit Ethernet LAN, Socket AM3+)
    AMD Radeon HD 7770 1020 MHz; 2 GB GDDR5 4800 MHz 128-bit
    Intel 530 Series 240GB Solid State Drive
    Seagate Momentus ST9750420AS - Hard drive - 750 GB - internal - 2.5" - SATA-3
    1TB 3.5inch HDD
    DVD-RW
    internal
    Kingston KVR16N11K2/16 16GB 1600MHz CL11 DDR3 ValueRAM Memory Kit
    AMD FX8320 Black Edition 8 Core (3.5/4.0GHz, 8MB Level 3 Cache, 8MB Level 2 Cache, Socket AM3+, 125W, Retail Boxed)
    and this cost me around £900 (UK pounds)if you cut down the hard drives I have to one 500Gb rather than the 3 drives I have, lower the ram to 4gb ram and a lower spec graphics card like the 6770 and a cheaper case with PSU you could get it to your price range (here in the UK I could but not sure about in the US) but the price to build my system didn't include the operating system (which I can get full legit version for £70 UKP).
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