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MY FINAL GAMING RIG CHOICE!!! Needs Opinions.

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January 2, 2014 7:49:10 PM

Hi, so I've finally come down to my final decision. I've picked all the parts that I think will work nicely together but since this is my FIRST EVER BUILD~ I'm scared that I might mess up by picking the wrong parts. I've watched many tutorials on YouTube on "How to Build" it but I seriously have no clue about parts. I've taken many suggestions from my friends & other people on the internet and I've come up with this build:

http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2uGqU

I have a Mouse, Keyboard, OS & a Monitor. All I need now is the real thing. I've worked with a budget of £650.

Any opinions on the build? Is it good or bad? Should I change a part?

- Thanks :) 
January 2, 2014 8:07:11 PM

I'm sorry, I think your suggestions would be great but the Noctua puts £30 over my budget (I really can't go over £650 because my Dad is buying it with his money - I'm not 18 btw.) and I don't really like the idea of Water Cooling. Ok to be honest, I'm a really lazy person and Water Cooling sounds harder than fan cooling.

I forgot to mention that I won't be Overclocking anytime soon.
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January 2, 2014 9:42:56 PM

So, anyone else suggest changes? Is it definitely finsished?
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January 2, 2014 9:51:47 PM

looks fine to me

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January 2, 2014 10:19:26 PM

Pineapple20 said:
Hi, so I've finally come down to my final decision. I've picked all the parts that I think will work nicely together but since this is my FIRST EVER BUILD~ I'm scared that I might mess up by picking the wrong parts. I've watched many tutorials on YouTube on "How to Build" it but I seriously have no clue about parts. I've taken many suggestions from my friends & other people on the internet and I've come up with this build:

http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2uGqU

I have a Mouse, Keyboard, OS & a Monitor. All I need now is the real thing. I've worked with a budget of £650.

Any opinions on the build? Is it good or bad? Should I change a part?

- Thanks :) 


Hi Pineapple20

For a budget build by the looks of it, its a pretty good build. If you have an extra bit of cash I would also get a 120/128 GB SSD.

Hope this helped.
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January 2, 2014 11:18:05 PM

walshy1009 said:
Pineapple20 said:
Hi, so I've finally come down to my final decision. I've picked all the parts that I think will work nicely together but since this is my FIRST EVER BUILD~ I'm scared that I might mess up by picking the wrong parts. I've watched many tutorials on YouTube on "How to Build" it but I seriously have no clue about parts. I've taken many suggestions from my friends & other people on the internet and I've come up with this build:

http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2uGqU

I have a Mouse, Keyboard, OS & a Monitor. All I need now is the real thing. I've worked with a budget of £650.

Any opinions on the build? Is it good or bad? Should I change a part?

- Thanks :) 


Hi Pineapple20

For a budget build by the looks of it, its a pretty good build. If you have an extra bit of cash I would also get a 120/128 GB SSD.

Hope this helped.


I plan on upgrading it in the future. When I do get extra cash I'll certainly add things like an SSD.

Thanks everyone :) 
Hopefully I won't mess up.
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