Gaming PC based on SBM sub-$2000 Tags: Build Gaming Performance Systems Product Last response: July 19, 2008 11:19 AM in Systems Share kyron July 18, 2008 5:26:00 PM Im trying to build a gaming PC, based on http://media.bestofmicro.com/S/4/113764/original/SBM_mi... My budget is $2000 give or take So i would like to know which compononents should i change to make the most of the extra $600, in order to get the best performance. Thanks More about : gaming based sbm 2000 kyron July 19, 2008 11:05:24 AM bump Proximon a b 4 Gaming July 19, 2008 11:19:45 AM Things have moved pretty fast in the last month, and prices have dropped. Do you have a monitor you are using, and if so what is the native res? That determines your graphics card needs. You should review the 100 threads from the last week or so. By the time you are done you'll have a good idea. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedGaming Rig: Loosely Based on Sep. SBM Machine Forum SolvedA $2000 Lates Intel/Geforce Based Gaming PC (Intel based Katana) Forum New Build Advice Sub $2000 (US) Gaming PC Forum New sub $2000 gaming PC build questions Forum Solved$1500 Gaming PC from the latest SBM Forum SolvedSub-1500$ Intel based gaming and development build Forum Advice needed on improving June SBM $500 Gaming PC Build Forum ~$500 Gaming PC. Should I use the Mar. 2011 SBM? Forum War pc game castle village fortress troll demon early 2000s turn based strategy Forum SolvedHelp with Sub $2000 Build for Gaming, Game Design, and Photoshop Editing Forum SolvedAMD Based Gaming Machine Feedback (Sub $1000) Forum SBM, $500 Gaming PC, Hard Drive Option Forum SBM, $500 Gaming PC, Graphic Card Option Forum SBM, $500 Gaming PC, Motherboard Option Forum SolvedBuilding a sub-$800 gaming PC, need help selecting parts Forum SolvedSub $2000 Gaming/Blender System Forum SolvedGPU for a sub $2000 Video Editing PC Forum SolvedSub-$600 Gaming PC Opinions Forum SolvedNew gtx 680 based gaming system around $2000 Forum SolvedAMD based gaming PC Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !