$600 Gaming Tower

Approximate Purchase Date: Today

Budget Range: Roughly $600 After Rebates

System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming (Black OPs, WoW, any new MMO's)

Parts Not Required: keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: newegg.com

Country of Origin: Canada

Parts Preferences: by brand or type AMD

Overclocking: Doubt it

SLI or Crossfire: Sure

Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080, 1920x1200

Additional Comments: I have been looking at some of the rigs listed in the forums but some of the prices have changed and other combos are gone. A few of the budget rigs that were showing under $600 are now almost $800 so I figured I would make a post. $600 is a guideline so if I need to spend a few more bucks for something thats going to make a huge difference please post it anyways.
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  1. hmm. ncix tends to be cheaper than newegg.ca

    I have a $589.92 build, but it's US..
  2. It really doesn't matter to me whether it is newegg or ncix and the US/Canada dollar is so close anyways. I'd love to see your build.
  3. ok, a lot of my build was Cyber Monday stuffs, re-working from ncix..

    This is $603 canadian:

    Corsair 4GB DDR3-1333 kit: $56.53
    (A cheaper mushkin kit was sold out)

    Asus 770 motherboard: $81.16 w/ $15 MIR

    Athlon II X3 445: $86.93

    22x DVD Burner: $25.99

    Antec Earthwatts Green 430W 80+ Bronze: $62.99 w/ $20 MIR

    Power Color HD6850: $189.99

    Seagate Barracuda 500 GB HDD: $49.99

    NZXT Gamma case: $49.99 w/ $30 mir

    total $603.57 but with $65(!) in rebates
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