Gaming Computer HELP

Hello, I am looking to buy a new gaming computer in the 500-750 range.

I was looking into the Lenovo Ideacentre K305 0890-1CU Desktop for $585

*OR* the better of the series Lenovo Ideacentre K320 3019-1LU Desktop

BUT only if i am given the option to overclock this down the road ( probably not able )

I'm Very open to DIY as well. I found a setup for $950 which is more than i'd like to pay but am open to. Although i would definatley want to crossfire/SLI or OC in the future.

Any suggestions are much appreciated.

Thanks in advance and sorry for all the questions :pt1cable:
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  1. lol the first one was looking so good until i saw the intergraded graphics....
  2. I forgot to put that i would buy a graphics card to go with the first computer.
  3. If you're wiling to DIY, try this build. It's a very solid gamer, with 40fps at most resolutions

    Rana x3 445 and biostar 770 e3 combo, $110.98

    Zotec Geforce GTX 460 w/ free Starcraft Trial and Free copy of Just Cause 2: $219.99

    Rosewill Challenger case and Liteon 22x DVD burner: 70.98

    Spinpoint F3 500GB and OCZ 550W Fatal1ty: $99.98

    4 GB DDR3 1333 RAM: 77.99

    $579.94 plus shipping.
  4. Thanks just what i was looking for. Thanks
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