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Trying to build a good 600$ gaming pc

Hello, I've recently gotten into pc gaming and I've saved up to 600$ and I really need some help to pick some parts. The parts I do not need to buy are the OS and the monitor. I live in Canada but I am currently in the US. Thanks!!!
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  1. Also games I want to play are BF4,Minecraft, CSGO, TF2, FarCry3. I also want to record some Gameplay. It's fine if FarCry BF4 won't run on Ultra but I'd like minecraft to run at Ultra thanks!
  2. You can
  3. Here what do ya think. This is a little over $600. But you should be able to run BF4 at a decent FPS

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2tr2N
  4. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2rRIz Try this here, also a little over 600. Also sorry for my last post, my phones screen is broken
  5. What about the first one Whammy??? Seemed pretty nice to me. Can I mix some parts together???
  6. Just get whatever is cheaper. I prefer intel over amd for cpu. Its up to you what you choose
  7. ramalpan said:
    Just get whatever is cheaper. I prefer intel over amd for cpu. Its up to you what you choose
    yeah at the beginning I wanted the i3 but I heard that AMD FX-6300 was better than the i3 but again I'm not too smart with pc so yeah
  8. Infante15 said:
    ramalpan said:
    Just get whatever is cheaper. I prefer intel over amd for cpu. Its up to you what you choose
    yeah at the beginning I wanted the i3 but I heard that AMD FX-6300 was better than the i3 but again I'm not too smart with pc so yeah



    Yeah the amd is better. Honestly if you spent $200 more you would get performance with is 3 or 4 times better. Usually its the GPU that makes the most difference when playing games.
    keep in mind that you will have to upgrade your CPU if you get a really high end gpu (for example a nvidia gtx 760, gtx 770 or an amd r9 270x, r9 290 etc.)
  9. Although intel is argued to be better overall, amd is much less expensive on the most part. If you're you're willing to go up to 660, I would recommend this build: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2erNy

    The processor easily beats out the athlon and the i3 previously mentioned.
  10. Whammy said:
    Although intel is argued to be better overall, amd is much less expensive on the most part. If you're you're willing to go up to 660, I would recommend this build: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2erNy

    The processor easily beats out the athlon and the i3 previously mentioned.


    Yeah, it might be a better idea if you bought a better cpu now.
  11. Ignore my last post, i made a mistake, give me minute to revise a build...
  12. Ok here: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2tzBY

    You can upgrade to a hard drive with more storage if you want. You could also find a cheaper psu and motherboard but you should allocate a good part of your money to those as they are extremely important. And if you don't like the look of the case, you can choose another, just make sure it's compatible
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    I'm going to have to stick to this: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2uZcy
  14. Whammy said:
    I'm going to have to stick to this: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2uZcy
    .
    Thx that's a nice build except id need another Motherboard because they don't have ASRock in Canada... So I think I'll go with a Gigabyte or MSI idk what do u think?
  15. Gigabyte has proven to be more reliable than MSI. Asus also has great boards
  16. The one you had in your last build is great
  17. Whammy said:
    Gigabyte has proven to be more reliable than MSI. Asus also has great boards

    Alright I'll send u the link to the pc with the gigabyte board I picked
  18. Whammy said:
    Gigabyte has proven to be more reliable than MSI. Asus also has great boards


    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2v097

    There you go. Is that a good motherboard????
  19. Yup, definitely good for that price :) Happy building!
  20. Whammy said:
    Yup, definitely good for that price :) Happy building!
    thanks for your help!!!!!! Can't wait till I get all the parts!!!!
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