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Under $300-350 budget gaming build

Approximate Purchase Date: Now

Budget Range: $300-350 max

System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming

Are you buying a monitor: No

Do you need to buy OS: Yes

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Newegg

Location: Valdosta, GA, USA

Parts Preferences: what fits the budget with best performance

Overclocking: No

SLI or Crossfire:No

Your Monitor Resolution: 1080p tv

Additional Comments:I play guild wars 2 mostly but have a few other steam games i bought for cheap, i dont need to max out graphics just wanting a budget build
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  1. Do you have any old pc's laying around to take parts from? That would definitely help with narrowing down the list.
  2. DonnyTechMaster said:
    Do you have any old pc's laying around to take parts from? That would definitely help with narrowing down the list.


    No not realy.
  3. i have a laptop.
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  5. it comes up to $410 and it seems to be a really good build build for the price. i will probably wait and go for something around $500.
  6. fishthedish said:
    it comes up to $410 and it seems to be a really good build build for the price. i will probably wait and go for something around $500.


    Whatever works for you, you can play around with the list I gave you and see if you can bring the cost down. I just looked for the best parts I could find for your price range. The graphics are perfect for casual gaming though.
  7. Thanks for the help and the info tho it will probably come in handy when i do build.
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