Intel + nVidia Budget PC Tags: New Build Intel Nvidia Systems Last response: September 25, 2011 2:58 PM in Systems Share tomtomhoch September 24, 2011 8:32:10 PM Hi there, (again!) I have put together anther proposed spec for my budget gaming pc build. The budget is £400 - £430. Does it look OK? Intel Core i5-2400 - £142.86 - Aria Seagate 500GB 3.5" ST500DM002 - £30.90 - Aria EVGA nVidia GTX 550Ti - £94.99 - Dabs G-Skill 4GB DDR3 1333MHz Ripjaws - £20 - Ebuyer LiteOn IHAS124 - £13.98 - Ebuyer Coolermaster Elite 430 Case - £34.50 - Micro Direct Corsair CX-500W - £44.60 - Ebuyer ASRock S1155 Intel H61 - £39.99 - Dabs £421.82 Thanks Thomas P.S. what is the correct way to write nVidia or NVIDIA or Nvidia? P.P.S why do all my posts in this section on this topic keep ending up deleted? Thanks! More about : intel nvidia budget yummerzzz September 24, 2011 9:08:31 PM Because it should be in the Homebuilt section. computernugget September 24, 2011 10:11:21 PM looks great. Related resources Intel and Nvidia budget build - Forum Best 650 dollar Intel - Nvidia mini itx Gaming PC? - Forum Budget $450 Intel - Nvidia, Best CPU, GPU, MOBO Combination for Gaming - Forum New to PC Gaming -- $750 Budget Gaming PC Intel - Forum New build $3600 (USD) budget intel/nvidia newegg - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer tomtomhoch September 25, 2011 6:24:23 AM yummerzzz said:Because it should be in the Homebuilt section. Thanks! I thought people just didn't like me! Thomas 13thmonkey September 25, 2011 12:01:32 PM try and buy from the same place, you'll have slightly less issues with returns, and often scan and the others have slightly cheaper bundles you can take advantage of. Do you have any parts you can reuse? Aria are currently listing the i5-2400 at 149.99, scan is at 148.98, both on pre-order. Scan currently have the 2500K for 153.59 (today only offer Expires monday 14:00ish) for the extra it is worth it, if only so that in a while you can upgrade the mobo to one that can overclock. I know you are on a budget but you are so close to getting something a lot better, can you wait for a month and save up another £50? cut some grass (the legal kind). Also for a real budget build AMD are cheaper. Look at the $500 SMb build posted on friday. Mousemonkey a c 171 Î Nvidia September 25, 2011 1:07:29 PM This topic has been moved from the section CPU & Components to section Systems by Mousemonkey roniellodelmoro September 25, 2011 1:18:53 PM Go for i3-2100 and GTX560Ti. That will be better in gaming since you said "gaming". i3-2100 is enough. mugenkid18 September 25, 2011 2:54:20 PM the research i've done for my current pc build has lead me to believe the 550ti is an over-estimated card. go with 560, or top of the list on 400 series i just picked up a gtx460 that benchmarked better than 550ti for half the price AnOniM September 25, 2011 2:58:37 PM I agree with what people have already said above. Go with the 560 Ti and the i3 if you can't get the i5. You will get more performance that way, with gaming in mind. What resolution do you game in? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedBudget Intel PC - Need Advise Forum SolvedLooking for a $500 budget gaming pc with Intel processor? Forum SolvedBudget Intel & NVIDIA Build ~ $800 Forum SolvedBudget Intel & NVIDIA Build For Friend $800 Forum SolvedBudget Gaming Pc, Intel or AMD? Forum SolvedMid Budget Intel/NVidia Build Forum budget intel/nvidia build ? Forum SolvedBudget build, Intel or AMD, Gaming PC Forum SolvedWitch PC AMD OR INTEL/NVIDIA? Forum Solvedcan i run gta 4 on my pc intel pentium 4 GPU nvidia geforce 4 mx 4000 and 512mb ram 300hdd Forum Solved$1000 Gaming PC, AMD or Intel/Nvidia Need Help First Build Forum Solved700 Dollar Intel/Nvidia Gaming PC Build Forum SolvedGaming PC Build based on intel core i5 4440 and Nvidia gtx 760. Forum SolvedGaming Pc with a budget of 1600$ USD [NVIDIA FAN] Might do AMD aswell if... Forum SolvedIntel i5 - 4670k budget gaming PC questions Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !