Really need help with pc guys, please please

i really want a gaming pc but im on budget also this is my first time, heres what i got:
i3 4130 3.4 Ghz Haswell
kingston hyperx 4Gb ddr3 1600/1866
hitachi 500 gb SATA mobile
asus h81mc - h81/GBLAN/PARALLEL PORT
fortress venus ATX 700W PSU
huntkey 700W PSU
please please comment below, really need help
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More about guys please
  1. what is your maximum budget?
    1600 will be sufficient
    Do not get that PSU.

    if you are not buying a Videocard its better to have a APU build
  2. Agreed on the PSU, there are better quality units available, and you dont need that much power, you can save a little cash with a smaller unit. and I agree with the APU suggestion. if you are going without a Graphics card you might be more comfortable with an AMD A10 or if you stick with the i3 then get a r7 250 graphics card, they are cheap but good for the money.

    Here is my suggestion. for an AMD build.
    and for an Intel build
  3. i forgot to include r9 270 is it okay? around 500-600 dollars
  4. Best answer
    Go with DHFF's intel build
    this is the best that you can got with your budget
    But If still cant afford it, deduct tha R7 250 and get 500 HDD
    save money, the time you have the money buy R7 260x or gtx 750 ti as an upgrade
  5. Here is a revision with the R9 added and I threw in an SSD hard drive to give you a little speed. if it is a little to rich for your blood you can take off the SSd and you will still be fine.
  6. patrichpachich said:

    Thats not bad but for a 600ish budget I would stick with the i3.

    Actually if you take my i3 build and remove the SSD you could probably afford an i5 which will be a little more reliable .
  7. CPU: Intel Core i5-4440 3.1GHz Quad-Corer $184.99
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H81M-H Micro ATX $48.99
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 $89.98
    Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" $58.98
    Video Card: Sapphire Radeon R9 270 2GB $169.99
    Case: Aerocool StrikeX-GT Black ATX Mid $52.90
    Power Supply: XFX 550W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX $60.99
    Total: $670.68
  8. Here is an i5 build without the SSD

    EDIT: nevermind you beat me to it lol.
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