2000-2500 Gaming Build
I just wanted to see if I can get some suggestions for building a gaming rig to compare with my own ideas so that I get the best money will buy. The price range I am looking at is $2000 to 2500 to include a 24" or larger monitor and of course the operatin system. Thanks for your suggestions.
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rebourne2187 said:I just wanted to see if I can get some suggestions for building a gaming rig to compare with my own ideas so that I get the best money will buy. The price range I am looking at is $2000 to 2500 to include a 24" or larger monitor and of course the operatin system. Thanks for your suggestions.
Approximate Purchase Date: By December 31st
Budget Range: 2000-2500
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming, Surfing the internet, movies
Parts Required: Total System Revamp, buying everything including, keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers, Windows 7 system builders
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Tiger, NewEgg, any other suggestions that you may have.
Country of Origin: U.S.A
Parts Preferences: Full Tower Case, No Red Led's(Last 2 builds were red Led's, looking for a change), Running Dual monitor setup (Current monitor is 24"), SLI/Crossfire, Windows 7
Overclocking: Maybe (Quite Possible)
SLI or Crossfire: Yes
Monitor Resolution: 1920 X1080 or Higher
Additional Comments: Would like to keep it neat, don't mind if its a little loud or not. Once again Thanks for your help.
i7 950 + ASUS Sabertooth X58
Corsair Dominator 6GB DDR3
$20 off w/ promo code EMCZNZR62, ends 12/20
CASE - These might interest you
Or the Lain-Li
Video card -
2x HD 6870
PSU - XFX 750W
SSD for boot
ASUS VE247H Black 23.6" 2ms Full HD HDMI LED BackLight LCD
KB + Mouse
Speakers - High-end 2.1
Or a very good 5.1
But you should know that Intel is going to launch newer i5/ i7 Sandybridge CPUs by Jan 5th, and from the previews, even the i5s seem to be as fast as the current gen i7s, so you might want to check those out,...