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  1. harvz0029 said:
    I Want to Build A CHEAP Gaming PC with This ...
    Please Help me If this build is Good. :??: :??:
    And Drop Some Recommendations/Suggestions! :sarcastic:

    RAM: Now: $39.99
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod [...] 6820231443

    GPU: $59.99
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod [...] 6814102874

    Drive: $56.99
    http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Produ [...] 6827151232

    Monitor: $199.99
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod [...] 6824001487


    TOTAL: $1111.9 :sarcastic:

    The links didn't work


    Thanks ! :hello:
  2. First; your links appear to be broken. :s

    Second; I'd recommend posting what each item is as well (to save people familiar with hardware from having to click each link).

    Third and finally; which games will you be playing? BF3 and Crysis won't need the same performance as the Sims3 or WoW. :3



  3. Sorry 1 :??:

    try clicking the Links Again
  4. snellizback said:
    First; your links appear to be broken. :s

    Second; I'd recommend posting what each item is as well (to save people familiar with hardware from having to click each link).

    Third and finally; which games will you be playing? BF3 and Crysis won't need the same performance as the Sims3 or WoW. :3



    Ok man ! :D


    hmm.. i play WoW, NBA Series, Call of Duty, ahhhh ..so many !

    I can't mention it one by one .. :D :D
  5. Do you have a spending limit? There are a few things I would change
  6. Personally I'd say that rig was ok, except the GPU, which will really be letting the system down, I'd recommend getting something more along the lines of a 6750, it'll be more like $100+, but you'll get twice the performance.

    Your motherboard also seems to be disproportionately expensive compared to the rest of your components, so is your PSU to a lesser extent. A decent mobo and PSU are important, but not at the expense of your GPU or CPU.
  7. yeah drop down to a smaller PSU (500-600W) and choose a lower end motherboard (drop back to 1 PCI-Express slot)

    and spend the extra money on a better Graphics Card.
  8. Chassis: fine

    PSU: try the Corsair TX650 V2, what matters here for the budget is 80 PLUS Certified:Bronze and good reviews. Unless you are planning on Crossfire or SLI GPUs then 650 watts is plenty

    CPU: fine if you want AMD, but id look into spending more money for CPU

    MoBo: a touch expensive compared to everything else, try finding something around the $100-130

    HDD: Be careful here...HDD prices have spiked due to flooding...1TB used to be ~$80. It may be worth getting like 500 GB for $90 and waiting for the prices to drop down to normal

    RAM: fine

    GPU: Definitely get something better, for a good start find what fits in the budget according to this... http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/best-graphics-card-gaming-performance,3042.html

    Drive: fine

    Monitor: I think you can do better for less money like... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236112
    you want high contrast ratio, high brightness, small pixel size, low response time, and of course good reviews
  9. harvz0029 said:



    Looking at your choices you may be better off going with an A75 Llano board since you'll then have Hybrid CrossFire. Then when Trinity comes out you can get an automatic CPU and GPU upgrade.

    But also don't underestimate the value of the FX4100. As software gets optimized it will be the chip to have at $119. The AM3 chips are EOL (end of life) and AVX\XOP have just started.
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