So I decided I want to make the move to PC gaming (skipped the new gen consoles you might be glad to hear). However, I am an absolute dummy when it comes to PCs and components, and generally anything remotely technical. Trouble is, because of this I don't trust myself to build a PC and I wouldn't know what parts to purchase.
I looked at some guides which cemented that I don't understand components and has thrown me away from the idea of building despite it being said over and over that it isn't complicated. Inevitably I looked at pre built alternatives in the £600 price range but I still have no idea what the specs would translate to in terms of quality and frame rate. I was looking at places such as Aria and Chillblast if anyone is interested, like the Fusion Elixir. This is essentially a plea from someone who has no clue in the slightest about PCs for help on how to get started with a first gaming PC.
As I said I wouldn't like to spend more than £600, though I know it won't get great performance, especially if pre built, but I don't really have an ideal budget. I saw the recommended builds on the forum and there is one in this range (although in $ if that is a problem considering I am in the UK) http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2pB3G but I still wouldn't know how to put it together. The budget would be on the system itself, including an OS i suppose, but not a monitor, mouse, keyboard etc.
Sorry to be a pain for not understanding the concept of building or the parts but any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!