Budget Range: $2000 to $3000 (Includes mouse, keyboard, monitor, speakers and tax) before rebates
System Usage from Most to Least Important: gaming, watching movies, browsing, maybe some photoshops
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: newegg.com, amazon.com
Country of Origin: USA
Parts Preferences: by brand or type (e.g.: I would like to use an AMD CPU & Biostar mobo with a 24" LCD and full tower case)
SLI or Crossfire: Yes in the future
Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080
Additional Comments: I want a PC that could last for a very long time, preferably even after 5 - 6 years I could play new games on medium or even high setting. I prefer having a higher series GPU compared to 2 lower series GPU so I could add more in the future ^^
Hi guys, so I'm building my first PC and I want to know whether having a $3000 build is worth it vs having a $2000. If I do buy the $3000, I want it to last for at least 2 more years compared to the $2000 build.
COOLER MASTER HAF 932 Advanced RC-932-KKN5-GP Black Steel ATX Full Tower Compucase Case with USB 3.0, Black Interior and Four Fans-1x 230mm front RED LED fan, 1x 140mm rear fan, 1x 230mm top fan, and 1x 230mm side fan http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
I also need you advice if I could build anything better with my budget, as I am pretty new to computer stuff and I want to learn more from you guys. So if you guys want to recommend different parts for the builds, please do so and if you could explain why that would be very helpful for me . Sorry for the kind of long post and thank you guys for spending your time reading and wanting to help me on my first build.
Forgot about the cooling
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Just a quick thought, you'd be a lot better off spending 1500 now and then another 1500 in 5 years to build a new PC. Hardware advances so quickly there's just no point in sinking vast amounts of money in to a PC that will be spanked by something new in a few years, that costs a lot less.