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June 17, 2011 6:59:52 AM

I don't know if this is in the right section but I'm looking to build a gaming pc for anything under 2250$. I wish that anyone that replies could write all the parts including the case but no monitor. Thank you

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June 17, 2011 12:40:10 PM

Hell with the budget of 2250$ you can get some heavy stuff lol.

Windows 7 64bit
SLI/Crossfire graphic cards *depends on if you like Nvidia or Radeon better*
8GB of ram
Intel i5 if not better *I find Intel I5 better then Intel I7 unless you do encodes*
Overclocking your processor *make sure you get INTEL!* and get a fan never really use the stock fans when you overclock.
Nice 1000WATT power supply if not more...
Pretty case lol.

I can go into detail but with a budget like yours...u can really do a lot! Great benefit of building your own PC!
June 20, 2011 5:59:17 AM

I'd say Intel right away with a budget like that.
I'm a big fan of ATI, but you'd better check into your cpu and see if it specifies the chipset that would work better with it. (If you dont see anything, go with whatever you want)
8gbs of LOW LATENCY RAM (for awesome gaming)
Water cooling system only for overclocking (or looking cool, your pick.)
1000W power supply... uhh... might be overkill unless you're crossfiring server gpus and other things. (such as case fans cause I bet you want a nice clear case that glows with fans and all that jazz)
You also want anything the other posts above specified.
And to fill out one of those thingys in the first post.