Budget Range: $1000-$1500
System Usage from Most to Least Important: TRADING, internet banking,number crunching, surfing,
Parts Not Required: monitor mouse keyboard
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Newegg
Country of Origin: USA
Parts Preferences: Best bang for the buck is all I'm looking for.
Overclocking: Yes. First time, though if its worth it
SLI or Crossfire:no
Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080. The bigger the display the better. Considering going with two monitors.
NEEDS TO BE REALLY DEPENDABLE AND BLAZING FAST , I HATE FREEZING COMPS AND WINDOWS ERRORS APPEARING CONSTANTLY
Can you help me
im a doing my PhD in finance looking for a computer set up thats really quick, dependable and able to crunch big numbers fast and large files, it will also be running 24/7 could you recommend me a build please. $1000us budget . Thank you in advance
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Batuchka's build (as always) looks pretty good. Areas of potential upgrade: the case, and a larger SSD. That's really about it. I'd consider a 5450 or 5670 for the video card, you could even go up to 3 monitors if you wanted to with the 5nnn series cards.