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$700-$800 Gaming PC Build

Hey guys i have recently got tired of trying to game on a crappy computer and would like to find a good budget build between $700 and $800. I have got my mind on a graphics card i was thinking about the gtx 660 sc 2gb. im not too sure so just give me some decent build i am going to be recording for youtube. All help is needed
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  1. Check out the 750USD build on my website. If you need no OS , opt for a FX 8320 instead of FX 6300 and 8GB RAM instead of 4GB.
  2. Are you within reasonable driving distance to a Microcenter store?

    http://www.microcenter.com/site/stores/default.aspx
  3. Immaculate said:
    Are you within reasonable driving distance to a Microcenter store?
    http://www.microcenter.com/site/stores/default.aspx

    well i checked the closest store is probably like 5 hours away :(
  4. What I did was built my pc with a gtx 660 and then a year later when I had 200$ lying around I bought myself a second one. A single 660 can run most games at high but when you add a second you are golden and can run all current games on ultra. Rest of the build you can figure out but that saves you a hundred dollars on buying a high end graphics card.
  5. Hope that helped!
  6. NickPrus said:
    Hope that helped!

    yes and i have thought about doing that as well but could you guys give me some suggestions on parts? i would love to stay with a gtx 660 so it would be easiest if you could make one using pcpartpicker and post the link but naming parts will be just as good.
  7. Wolverines16 said:
    NickPrus said:
    Hope that helped!

    yes and i have thought about doing that as well but could you guys give me some suggestions on parts? i would love to stay with a gtx 660 so it would be easiest if you could make one using pcpartpicker and post the link but naming parts will be just as good.



    http://pcpartpicker.com/user/DrDeion/saved/2kS7
    Built this for you came out at almost exactly 800$ with Windows 8 but no monitor or peripherals. Hope it helped!
  8. Do you need an OS?
  9. Immaculate said:
    Do you need an OS?

    No i have windows 7 i could always put on it and could i also get a intel build? or is amd a better bang for its buck?
  10. Wait for the Radeon 9000s and at the same time build your budget if you can.
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    That build isnt bad, could use some changes though, go for a Seasonic USA PSU or Corsair HX series PSUs.
    GPU you could change to a much better 7950 for another $20.
    With RAM you want to go for the Fastest speed and the quickest timings, this would be something like 1600Mhz/ 8-8-8-24.
    As for the motherboard, choose an ASUS. Z77.
  12. ok i have made this and could you link me to a 7950 please here is the revised one http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1H6Bv
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