I need gaming PC!!

I am soon to be building my own PC. My main priority is gaming. I have a couple parts that would be nice, but there is a lot of people that know more then me on this site. So my real question is what is the best I can make a gaming PC with 600- 700 dollars.
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  1. Timop said:



    Thanks a lot now do you know if I have to buy a sound card. I don't know if that is a stupid question or not.
  2. If you have a decent speaker/headset setup and is a serious FPS player then you might want to look into one, if not, then pretty much no.
  3. You might do better with a cheaper processor (955 or 965) and a better graphics card.
  4. Timop said:
    If you have a decent speaker/headset setup and is a serious FPS player then you might want to look into one, if not, then pretty much no.



    Yeah I just wanted to make sure if I needed it or not.


    So pretty much if I want average sound then no but better then average yes?
  5. Wouldn't it be better to go for a cheaper processor and go with a better graphics card?
  6. kobe24life said:
    Wouldn't it be better to go for a cheaper processor and go with a better graphics card?



    Yeah, I was thinking that but I don't know for sure.
  7. warvibe24 said:
    Yeah, I was thinking that but I don't know for sure.

    Yes and no, for the cash a 955+HD6950 2GB is another option, which may or may not be better depending on what games you play.
    The 955 does have both OC and an upgrade option of a BD in the coming months.

    What games do you play, and at what resolution?
  8. Timop said:
    Yes and no, for the cash a 955+HD6950 2GB is another option, which may or may not be better depending on what games you play.
    The 955 does have both OC and an upgrade option of a BD in the coming months.

    What games do you play, and at what resolution?



    Well, I do not ply many games as of now but I am wanting to play battlefield 3 and skyrim. Those are the main two
  9. warvibe24 said:
    Well, I do not ply many games as of now but I am wanting to play battlefield 3 and skyrim. Those are the main two

    Then i5 is for you, as you won't be using the GPU often outside of gaming and both are quite CPU bound also
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