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Hello :)

I need a new gaming pc. I have been researching for a couple of days now, but without luck. I can't seem to find one that fits my needs. I will be needing it for CS Go, WoW, League of Legends and maybe some more challenging games? My budget is 1000-1250 dollars - Something cheaper wouldn't hurt :) I live in Denmark, so if you could link any wepsites, which ships internationally that would be great.

I am not into overclocking.
My "demands" are:
Ssd 60 gb+
Gtx 760 2 gb graphic card
8 gb memory

Thank you
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  1. Buy locally. Shipping isn't worth it 90% of the time.

    Do you have any local sites that I can use to assemble a few components.
  2. I guess you're right. It runs up pretty quickly.
    I know two danish sites who sells components:
    http://www.edbpriser.dk/hardware.aspx
    http://www.wupti.com/

    If you have the time,would you mind checking this site for me too? http://topdata.dk/group.asp?group=326
    They are pre built, but my friends tell me they are pretty good.
  3. Best answer
    This one is quite good for the price (I think?):

    http://topdata.dk/product.asp?product=9290
  4. Those are pretty good prebuilds, good power supply and motherboards, pretty surprising. :)

    I agree with LucoTF on this one, the one he linked is probably the best option.
  5. Novuake said:
    Those are pretty good prebuilds, good power supply and motherboards, pretty surprising. :)

    I agree with LucoTF on this one, the one he linked is probably the best option.


    I know right? Usually the PSUs are no-name and the mobos are throwaway...
  6. Thank you :) They're also very populair in Denmark. Just didn't think prebuilt were the perfect way to go.
    I'm thinking of upgrading to a 120 ssd and 1 tb extra harddisk. Will that make a pretty solid gaming pc?
  7. Well SSDs don't really do much for gaming, but they are great for reduced load times and general using of the machine pleasurte... That sounds weird... ANyway. Still worth it me thinks.

    Only reason why prebuilds suck normally are for the above mentioned reasons, bad PSU, bad motherboard. So if those 2 are fine, it good to go.
  8. Okay, thanks.
    As I understand it. I can (example) install and save WoW on my ssd and then it will load like much faster than usual. And there are a lot of loading screens in WoW and LoL, so wouldn't it be the way to go?
  9. Sounds good to me, although don't expect LoL loading to improve with an SSD, it seems to only scale with CPU and GPU speed up to a certain point.. Which is strange.
    But WoW does have a lot of improvement in loading times when its on an SSD.
  10. Yea, you also have to wait for the other players :) But it is mainly for WoW.
    Thank you both for your time. Gonna go order my self a new pc
  11. Have fuN!
  12. Thank you
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