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What is a good pre build gaming pc for about $700?

Any trusted seller would be good. I'll be playing games like battlefield 4. i would build a pc but my dad wont let me. Any help would be greatly apriciated.
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  1. This one is okay. But you could definitely build one better for the same price, so really I'd suggest you keep trying to convince your dad.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883227531
  2. thanks for the suggestion. if no one can add anything better in the price range than ill pick it
  3. I agree about talking to your dad as well.
    This is the performance of the build linked by rationale
    http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2013/11/27/battlefield-4-performance-analysis/3
    Probably won't get above 30FPS on ultra.

    Then you have a super bad chipset for your mobo, and when paired with the 8320 will be trouble...
    https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AgN1D79Joo7tdE9xMUFlMEVWeFhuckJEVF9aMmtpUFE&gid=3
    It's probably one of the MSI ones to.

    Then you have a cheap 400w PSU which who knows if the thing will last more than one week.

    That's not just problems with the one chosen above , That's all budget prebuilts

    It's my opinion and I stand by it when I say it, you get more of a "warranty" building your own computer with quality parts than you do buying some junky prebuilt one.

    I'll give a shot looking for a better one but it's doubtful, give me a few minutes.
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    Alright took 30 minutes of researching to find out....

    Lol...yea I tried to build you a custom one on Ibuypower's site. I made an FX6300/r9 270 one for $778 but you'd have to put an operating system on it yourself; they have the worst list of parts ever...

    That build Rationale showed is the best cheap one on newegg. I tried bestbuy and found this Dell one. It's at least energy star certified so I hope that means the PSU is good lol. It has a very slightly worse GPU but has a better motherboard and an i5-4440 CPU that uses less power so hopefully less stress on your system.
    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/dell-xps-desktop-12gb-memory-1tb-hard-drive/1746157.p?id=1219062510151&skuId=1746157&st=categoryid$pcmcat212600050008&cp=2&lp=2

    Then I thought...why not try Tigerdirect. They have some decent prebuilts usually....well
    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8990789&CatId=1887#spec
    It's an 4300 cpu with an r9 270...Always better to have a great GPU and so-so CPU than have the reverse. It even has a 500w psu so should be better than the norm.
    I'd personally take this build as it fits your budget perfectly and gives you the best graphics card possible in a $700 prebuilt
  5. thanks for the answer. i would convince my dad to let me build my own but he said if we bought it from a retailer, he would pay for it, and if i built it, i would have to. I'll still search to see if i can find anything better and will update if i do.
  6. Hmm, that's a weird deal with your dad about the computer, I guess he is like most parents and worried something goes wrong and you lose $700 :P
    (it's not really like that at all!)

    http://www.build-gaming-computers.com/ Just incase you want to learn a bit more about it

    But hey, at least you get a free computer out of it! Enjoy it :)
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