So I want a new PC. You think this would be easy but it isnt. I'm caught between people who say i should build my own and people who say buying it from a vendor is much easier.
I'm afraid to buy part-by-part because i have literally no idea what anything in the descriptions of the parts means and it seems like i would be paying more than i would if i just bought the parts when i look at pre made pc's.
I'm not sure if this is the place to ask, but I certainly need help. I know the certain parts I need to make a PC but all in all I'm never sure which is best (Generally they all look the same.) This most likely isn't true but you get my point.
To get to the point of this, I'm wanting to get a new PC that is both upgradeable for my future needs and semi-advanced in terms of performance because i wish to use it for gaming (odd that a Gamer doesn't know much about computers >.<) My price range is around $900-1200. I'm not necessarily asking anyone to pick each part and then send me a list, rather can someone help me to recognize what i need and what i don't need based on what i want from the pc.
Sorry for the rant, but I really do need assistance here. Thank you to all who reply and sorry again if this is the wrong place to post this sort of thing.
Cooler Master HAF 912 is not a bad case for cooling. I would only like to warn you of a current front I/O panel problem that cooler master is having with their cases is when users go to plug headphones or usb devices in them it cause a static discharge that is damaging system components. There are more more people not having the problem than people having the problem....but there is actually quite a bit that are and I dont believe it's worth the risk of trying until it has been stated by CM that it has been solved.