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~$600 Gaming Pc Build

Approximate Purchase Date: Next Week Probably, Around Black Friday/Cyber Monday


Budget Range: $600-$700 (With Tax & Shipping)


System Usage from Most to Least Important: Playing games, Lightwave, Maya, Media Center


Parts Not Required: keyboard, monitor, mouse, OS


Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Newegg.com or Amazon.com (I prefer Amazon over Newegg because I can get free two day shipping and no tax!)


Country of Origin: United States


Parts Preferences: Doesn't really matter what brand it is.


Overclocking: Maybe later


SLI or Crossfire: Maybe




Additional Comments: I want a good pc that can handle all current games and is easily upgradeable. Thank you very much for viewing this.
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  2. If you saved up just a tad bit more, you'd really make things easier on yourself, 600 is enough but you can REALLY up the potential and make your money more worthwhile if you save up 750-800

    I'd suggest the following parts:

    Intel i5-750 Lynnfield - http://goo.gl/n9TYu

    Gigabyte GA-P55-USB3 - http://goo.gl/zjh4i

    G.Skill Ripjaws (2 x 2GB) DDR3 @ 1333 MHz CL7 - http://goo.gl/hLMJT

    Corsair 650TX - http://goo.gl/eqmeW

    ATI Radeon HD 6850 - http://goo.gl/3IbIe

    NZXT Lexa S - http://goo.gl/9P8AY

    CD/DVD Burner List - http://goo.gl/U8xnG

    Samsung Spinpoint F3 1 TB - http://goo.gl/VCpcK
  3. Sorry kind of replying late, is there any special deals for black friday that I can make use of? I'm trying to get it by this friday or if there is a need, I will wait until monday for cyber monday
  4. Yes definitely! Get the HDD RIGHT now! $20-25 cheaper than usual!!!!

    The PSU is also a lot cheaper! I'd get those 2 ASAP!
  5. Why two PSUs?
  6. I meant those 2 as in those 2 items, the HDD and PSU, and you're kinda late if you didn't buy em yet..
  7. Best answer selected by marliaths.
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