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March 11, 2010 6:54:34 AM

Hi I'm Europe user [FR]. This weekend I'd hope to assemble a PC around 700€ means approx $1000 the target is to build best GAMING PC for the price,

Processor = AMD or Intel any Quad Core Preferred
Graphic Card = nVidia or Radeon must be the higher priority max possible for the price
Memory = At-least 4 GB required (any band)
Motherboard = Possibility of doing SLI or Crossfire or both in 1 later-on ('2' PCI Express 16x 2,0 slots would be enough)
HDD = 2 Tb needed just for stocking purpose cuz I've lots of TV Series Already 1Gig
This 2Tb for the future stocking ,,,,
Power Supply = minimum recommended for the selected components
Case = minimum recommended for the selected components
Processor Heat Sink = minimum recommended for the selected components
DVD Writer = +R DL supported any brand ((Color Black)) expend minimum price possible for this

* Expect the possibility to buy online who's supported international shipping (to France)
So if you guys know any good sites then build online and post the link !!! (don't count shipping cost within the budget)

Try get the best by respecting on those requirements mentioned above !!! because your recommendations will save lots of my time & money So please build my PC, this would be a really, really great help for me
Thank-you all !!!

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March 11, 2010 7:30:09 AM

What I was expected is if any one could configure including my requirements !! Because in these days its really hard to decide which to buy which not to among these latest leading brands !!! Hope you get it -- thanks for ur support again !!!!
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March 11, 2010 7:35:31 AM

^ Well I dint know any online stores which you can access...
And also the prices and availability will vary from 1 place to another...
So if you could provide some links for parts, then it would easy to configure the PC...

And do you need a monitor and OS within the budget ?
I can give you a list of parts that would cost around 1K but like I said am not sure about the availablity and price...
March 11, 2010 7:59:31 AM

CPU - Phenom II X4 955

Mobo - ASUS M4A77TD PRO - motherboard - ATX - AMD 770 - Socket AM3

CASE - Antec 300/ Antec 200

Graphics card - HD 5850

PSU - Antec EA 500/ Corsair 550VX/ OCZ 500W or 600W

RAM - Corsair/ Crucial/ GSkillz DDR3 1333MHz and above RAM.

HDD - Samsung F3 500GB/ Seagate 7200.12

If you want the option to add another HD 5850 in crossfire later on, then change these...


PSU - Corsair 750TX
March 11, 2010 7:59:47 AM

No monitor & OS. Listed items only !! ex -
March 11, 2010 4:53:22 PM

I can't look for parts right now because i am busy but i will look around later... i built a good gaming PC at christmas for 600 euro and bought all of my parts from prices were good and the postage was about 20 euro for everything (Paris à département 64)
March 11, 2010 7:05:20 PM

Ok so this is what i came up with from pixmania...

CPU= AMD PhenomII x4 955 3.2 GHz 128.90 euro

MOBO= ASUS M4A89GTD PRO 890GX chipset (Crossfire x16 x16 and SATA III) 149 euro

GIGABYTE GA-890GPA-UD3H 890GX chipset 120 euro (no Crossfire...but it has SATA III and USB 3.0) 119 euro

RAM= OCZ obsidian 4GB(2x2) 1600 MHZ 9-9-9-24 1.65v 99.90 euro

GPU= Gigabyte 5850 1GB 279 euro

HDD= Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB 79.90 euro

DVD drive= LG 22x black DVD burner 16.90

Case= two cases, both are's just a matter of taste
Antec 300 49.90 euro

NZXT BETA( I have it and love it) 49 euro

PSU= Corsair 750TW 750 Watts (Crossfire) 103.29 euro

Corsair 550VX 550 Watts (non-Crossfire) 72 euro

Ok so a crossfire build with the 750 watt PSU and the ASUS motherboard is 899.89 euro plus 16.99 for postage

and a non-Crossfire build with the 550 watt PSU and the Gigabyte motherboard is 838.60 euro plus 16.99 for postage

Both of these are over budget but they are really good computers!

If it is too much money you COULD replace the 5850 with a 5770 (121.90 euro) and then crossfire another one later

this would make the crossfire build 751.79 euro!!!

What is your resolution?
March 11, 2010 7:15:33 PM

The links are messed up...just remove the ][/url] from the end!