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Building my first computer, need advice.

I'm looking to build a gaming computer, this is going to by my first one. Budget it around 700 with some wiggle room. I would like to be able to run games like battlefield 4 steadily with good graphics. I'm not a brand whore and I'm fairly computer Literate so feel free to throw some suggestions at me for what parts to get and what not. Main issues I have..

-Not sure what to look for motherboard wise
-Differences between AMD and Intel and which to get
-Graphic card suggestions/differences
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  1. Marc Waters said:
    I'm looking to build a gaming computer, this is going to by my first one. Budget it around 700 with some wiggle room. I would like to be able to run games like battlefield 4 steadily with good graphics. I'm not a brand whore and I'm fairly computer Literate so feel free to throw some suggestions at me for what parts to get and what not. Main issues I have..

    -Not sure what to look for motherboard wise
    -Differences between AMD and Intel and which to get
    -Graphic card suggestions/differences


    Do you need a OS? Do you need a monitor?
  2. miit123 said:
    Marc Waters said:
    I'm looking to build a gaming computer, this is going to by my first one. Budget it around 700 with some wiggle room. I would like to be able to run games like battlefield 4 steadily with good graphics. I'm not a brand whore and I'm fairly computer Literate so feel free to throw some suggestions at me for what parts to get and what not. Main issues I have..

    -Not sure what to look for motherboard wise
    -Differences between AMD and Intel and which to get
    -Graphic card suggestions/differences


    Do you need a OS? Do you need a monitor?


    I have a copy of windows 7 I'm using and I have a 20 inch LCD tv I'm using as a monitor.
  3. Best answer
    Ok here's what you need:

    This is my old build of 800$

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1RPVn

    Just replace the Graphic card with r9 270x by msi for 200$.It will all be budgeted
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