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$700-$800 Budget gaming build

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February 17, 2011 8:28:23 PM

Approximate Purchase date: Within a month

Budget: $700-$800
System Usage (most to least important) Gaming, Internet movies

Parts not needed: Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Cd/DVD drive

Preferred Website Newegg.com
Country of origin U.S
Parts preference AMD and ATI

Overclocking Maybe

SLI/Crossfire No
Monitor resolution 1440 x 900 (going to get a new one later)

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I have an ocz 600 watt modxstreme pro PSU so i would not like to spend money on a new one if possible.

This is what i have come up with any suggestions to bring down price or get better performance.




a b 4 Gaming
February 17, 2011 8:42:13 PM

Nice build imo. It looks like you did good with your intended budget. :) 
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a b 4 Gaming
February 18, 2011 7:23:38 AM

Hmm that OCZ 600 would be fine for a single GPU but upgrade once u want to CF
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February 18, 2011 7:24:13 AM

awesom-o said:
Approximate Purchase date: Within a month

Budget: $700-$800
System Usage (most to least important) Gaming, Internet movies

Parts not needed: Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Cd/DVD drive

Preferred Website Newegg.com
Country of origin U.S
Parts preference AMD and ATI

Overclocking Maybe

SLI/Crossfire No
Monitor resolution 1440 x 900 (going to get a new one later)

Additional comments
I have an ocz 600 watt modxstreme pro PSU so i would not like to spend money on a new one if possible.

This is what i have come up with any suggestions to bring down price or get better performance.

http://i51.tinypic.com/rhv3oh.jpg


Unless you really want that flash drive, get this ram instead http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

Nothing much to say other then that, might want to upgrade the power supply since that's a hungry card you'll be using.

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