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Can someone help me build a 1000 dollar pc ( all included)

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June 9, 2014 7:05:20 PM

Tomorrow, i can order parts but I don't know what to build, i like the AMD FX 8350 and the GTX 770 but i know that is to much for the budget since i also need to include the OS and the Monitor as well as the mouse and keyboard. If u can keep it around that area i would really appreciate it, thanks. Taxes should be included but if not, I really wouldnt mind, I'll be using this to play games for long periods of time like Battlefield 4, Crisis 3, some of the newer games like Witcher 3 and stuff like that, maybe livestream and record videos or something like that, thanks again.
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June 9, 2014 7:08:08 PM

I am also open to Intel and stuff like that but i prefer way more the AMD
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June 9, 2014 7:19:32 PM

Have you ever used PC Partpicker before? Give it a shot if you haven't, it's a great website/tool: http://pcpartpicker.com/

And here is the link to the parts: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/JwVWBm (it's about $1100, taxes not included, I hope you can stretch your budget a little), take a look and let me know what you think.

Going with the FX-8350 is a great idea as it has had a great track record since it's release, especially in terms of price per performance, and it will run all the games you've mentioned easily. Couple it with a R9 series video card (R9 280 - R9 290X), 8GB of memory, an FX990 motherboard (w/ AM3+ socket) and ideally an SSD to run your OS and games, you should be good to go. Note, I selected a hybrid by Seagate for you to stay close to your budget as much as possible. And I didn't select a keyboard and mouse, but you can get these as little as $50 or as high at $200 depending on the type and brand.

I hope the above helps you :-)

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June 9, 2014 8:18:30 PM

Thanks, this is really helpful, i didnt know about pc part picker, thanks for that aswell
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June 9, 2014 8:26:26 PM

NovaSpike said:
Thanks, this is really helpful, i didnt know about pc part picker, thanks for that aswell


You are welcome :-)

Play around with PC Partpicker, it's kinda fun too! I'm pretty sure you'll find what you're looking for there, and if not come back here as I'm sure myself of the Tom's Hardware community can help you

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June 9, 2014 8:29:16 PM

Warsam71 said:
NovaSpike said:
Thanks, this is really helpful, i didnt know about pc part picker, thanks for that aswell


You are welcome :-)

Play around with PC Partpicker, it's kinda fun too! I'm pretty sure you'll find what you're looking for there, and if not come back here as I'm sure myself of the Tom's Hardware community can help you


Thanks so much, i sent you a pm because I wanted to see if it would work, thanks, im really great full
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