I have been reading around at some requested builds but havnt found one that seems to be hitting me quite right. Heres my dealio
APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: i will be getting it b4 xmas
BUDGET RANGE: 500-600 no higher than 600 after rebates
SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: Gaming only
PARTS NOT REQUIRED: OS, Speakers, Mouse, and Keyboard, Monitor
PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: newegg.com/ ANY u suggest that are reliable
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
PARTS PREFERENCES: by brand or type, don't really care.
SLI OR CROSSFIRE: YES if possible to reach my price range if not then no
MONITOR RESOLUTION: 17-19
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Just graduated college and got a job and xmas is comming up so i am buying a brand new gaming PC RIGHT NOW so immediately when i get the answer i will be purchasing it so Im looking to be able to play the brand new PC intensive games that have just released and will be releasing in the next year or so, i am requesting the best possible performance pc for the money and it will need to last at least 2 years. Thank you all so much in advance!!!
here are some system specs a game i have been wanting to play has its called Continent of the Ninth or C9 not sure how high these spec are BUT i really would like to be FASTER than these specs if we can stay at <600$. I REALLY need your guys help here. ALSO one more thing, i need to make sure that all the parts would work together, i dont want to order them and find out that a certain motherboard doesnt work with XX item. so please help me out i am desperate!
CPU: or Intel dual-core 3.0GHz
RAM: 1 GB
Graphic Card: , Geforce 8800 series------is it POSSIBLE to get a much better card than this and still stay in my price range of <600$??????
Directx: Direct X 9,0C
10 gig free space
agree with ur point and some of selections but my selection was according to my preference for quality build not for a cheaper build.
Newer games are utilizing all 4 cores these days and having another core at hand then 0.2Ghz advantage makes no sense. i would prefer Asus brand as a Mobo as in my previous experience it has been solid all the time. also in ur selection is a tad lower Ram and HDD and a 520w PSU wont be enough for a long term build. about the casing, well it mostly depends on the buyer himself.
ScrewySqrl hope u aren't offended by my reply, these r just my opinions. Peace !!