Hey I am currently looking for a new comp. I'm horrible with the whole tech and really don't know what to look for. I simply want to play starcraft 2 at around mid/high and other online games. I would rather get a premade comp than make it myself and I am currently looking at computerlx.com but the on board video cards are making me cringe. I'm not an overclocking kinda guy but would like the option for it, easily upgradable would be nice as well. Any help would be nice and appreciated.
my budget is $600 dollar need a os, keyboard,and mouse
do not need a monitor though
Either is a good basis for you to start. If you're new, you may want to go with the Intel build as you won't have to deal with oveclocking just yet, but I would go with the AMD build . On the AMD build I would go with the the Xigmatek Asgard II case though or the NZXT Source. Choose a case you like but make sure to read reviews on it so you know it can match your needs in the future and will last you.
hmmm the thing is I never made a computer before and it's not my money, its my parents, so I need something that can come premade to avoid all that hassle. Should i just wait until I save up a bit more and wait till thanksgiving for a black friday sale or something like that?
It will easily play SC2 and any online game out there. It's after rebates, before rebates it would be about $620. If you really want to cut down and get it to less than $600then just get a cheap $20 case.
anyone know a good company to buy from cause cyberpower has given me a bad experiance bought the comp and no internet with the drivers installed, did everything even tried at my friends house to fix T_T. And I think I'll wait for cyber monday/ black friday
Guys read his post he is looking for a pre-build PC not to build it him self I know most people will post he should etc.. but thats not what he asking. That being said like the others here I build my own PC's so it hard to recommend a prebuild supplier my question to you is do you mine buying one from a local shop ? or are you looking to buy from a major shop like say dell, best buy, tiger direct etc..
If you can use a screwdriver and read a manual you too can build a PC . It only seems scary at first. If you want to buy one though then yeah check out cyberpower or ibuypower. I say get this and upgrade the video card to at least a 6750