Hey guys, I am just being ready to order some parts to build my new gaming PC.
I dont know that much about computers and its components, so I would very appreciate if someone would help me and give me some useful hints, if I do anything wrong.
I am checking out these parts on tigerdirect right now which I also would like to order or just go to the store and pick it up I am not sure if they are actually matching the requirements:
First you'd be best posting this in the Home Built section, likely get more responses. The link to the mobo/CPU links to the video card. Finally, what is your budget and do you need everything, e.g., hdd, optical drive, monitor. Unless you're planning on seriously overclocking you don't need water cooling, DDR3 is outrageously expensive and not worth the money, e.g., you can get 2GB of good DDR2 800 RAM for $100 or less. That PSU is also overkill, you really shouldn't need a 1000w. Looking at those parts you're going to be pushing close to a $3000 machine, which is fine if that's what you want to spend but you can build a really good gaming PC for a lot less
When you repost in the Home Built section could you copy the address to this post, will be interested in seeing what people come up with for that budget. Post what you want to do, e.g., specific games, if you're overclocking. etc. You're likely to find a lot of us think that's just too much to spend, the value's just not there but if you can afford, what the hell, you should have bragging rights for a couple months.
dude if u do not know what u are doing i would not buy parts and put it together u will most likely **** something up. i would go to a local computer store tell them that u want a high end system and they should put ti together for u for less then 200 dollars much safer bet