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$600 Gaming PC Build Suggestions Please!

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January 25, 2014 5:27:19 PM

Hello, I am planning on building a gaming pc soon. This will be my first ever build thus I do not know much. My budget is around $600 ( a little more is ok). I have researched a little bit, and I really like the 6300 AMD 6 Core CPU ( $120) and the Evga Geforce Gtx 760 superclocked graphics card ( $250). I want the PC to be able to run demanding games such as Bf4 at 1080p on decent settings with decent framerates. I will be playing the assassin's creed series and it would also be nice to play league at a higher framerate ( I'm at 60 fps max right now). Please leave your build suggestions, building tips for beginners, and list any good deal bundles! Thank you and I look foward to seeing your answers.

Note: I'm not including monitors, keyboards, or mouses in my $600 budget. Thanks!
January 28, 2014 11:37:48 PM

If you want your PC to run BF4 on ultra @ 1080p, i'd suggest these:
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2Jwme

i know it's a hundred dollars more than you want but with these, you'll get the best budgeted parts ;) 
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January 29, 2014 1:14:00 AM

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

That Is The Closest Future Proof System I Can Come Across ... I Know Its Not What U Asked, And Is A Tad Bit Above Ur Budget ... But Its The Closest Future Proof PC, Since U Can Over Clock It And Keep Playing Games For The Next 5 ~ 7 Years With Little To No Over Clocking @ 60 Fps High To Ultra Settings On 1920 x 1080 Monitor And That Is Minimum Guaranteed

U Can Remove The Custom CPU Cooler (Hyper 212 Evo) And Reduce The Case Cost ..

But Trust Me Mate Anything Lower Than That And Ur Gonna Have Problems In Future

In Case U Dont Want To Over Clock Ur System Then U Can Go For A Cheaper Core i5 And U Can Totally Remove The Custom CPU Cooler

Also The Blue Ray Reader/Writer Is Optional


In The End ... U Dont Want To Cheap Out On Ur PSU And That PSU Can Support An Additional GPU In Case Of Future Upgrade (PS The Mother Board I Provided Is The Best In Class And UnRivaled And Supports Sli)

Coming To The HDD, Its Western Digital Black. Provides U Good Performance And Is Good Bang For Buck (Unless U Want To Settle For Cheaper Green Series Which Are Basically Slower But With More Storage Capacity)

Coming To Ram .. Its Better To Buy 1x8 Than 2x4 GB Cause Of Future Upgrades ...

Above All .. U Cant Build A Long Lasting PC For 600$ And Expect It To Ne Future Proof, Just Shell Out A Few More And U Can Get The Best Future Proof PC Close To Ur Budget And Its Worth Every Penny

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January 29, 2014 1:31:56 AM

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2JxPY
Going as closely to your budget/preferences as I could. The only thing that worries me is the "Some AMD 970 chipset motherboards may need a BIOS update prior to using Vishera CPUs." but from 3 tries ive never have encountered this problem. Not a specialist so you might wanna get an advice about that.
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February 1, 2014 10:21:12 AM

jabuscus said:
If you want your PC to run BF4 on ultra @ 1080p, i'd suggest these:
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2Jwme

i know it's a hundred dollars more than you want but with these, you'll get the best budgeted parts ;) 


You should switch out the Z77 motherboard for an H77 board because the processor you've stated isn't overclockable cause it's non-K. :p  otherwise it's a great option! http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2LozK
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