best gaming pc under 900 dollars?

is their anything that is overkill in the build?
anything i should change?
i am thinking about the corsair 230t case, what do you think?

let me know!
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  1. 30$ over but a hell of alot better for gaming
  2. isnt there a cheaper motherboard?
  3. you dont really want a cheap mother bored due to crashing on you if you need i can make some changes so it goes under 900

  4. Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3P with an FX-6300
    : $195 before $10 rebate

    Pocket the cash, buy an SSD, or find an R9 290 for $370.
  5. This will be my comment. Are you looking to stream or just play games? If you are streaming, then the 8350 would be overall better than the i5. What I would change thought is drop the processor to an 8320(if streaming), then pick up a 280 or a 280x. If streaming isn't your thing then go with what marcello suggested.
  6. like what changes? it depends
  7. Also, i dont know if it matters but i plan on gaming on 1 monitor 1080p
  8. the gtx 770/760 sc is good,right?
  9. for your budget no pic a solution
  10. marcello727 said:
    for your budget no pic a solution

    chiel m9, no needes to hurries
  11. Here is another solution for you. If you already have windows I'll link you another one

    (With windows)

    (Without windows)
  12. Best answer
    Your best purchase is an SSD. Bar none. 240GB SSDs have dropped to near $100 ! 120GB at $60-$70. With Win8 you will be booting in less than 10 seconds, and it simply takes 'snappy' to a whole new level as far as opening apps and general navigation.

    I've got a GA-990FXA-UD3. It's a great board, but unless you need x16/x16 or dual-eSATA it's over-kill. The GA-970A-UD3P will work just dandy with a single discreet card, and the electricals are the same as the GA-990FXA-UD3. The -UD5s & -UD7s upgrade to more fancy electricals.

    The FX-8320 is a great bargain at $140 -- otherwise, the FX-6300 around $110 is the ticket.

    In a gaming build, it's your video card. The R9 290 is simply killer at it's current price point --- the R9 280X, too.
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