Hello again! So I posted on the forum about my Cyberpc.com comp build and had some questions on there. After getting a few good suggestions from you guys about building my own, I decided against them and decided to build my own pc using basically the same parts that were suggested to me. Well after adding them to my cart I forgot to calculate tax into my budget and had to go a bit slower on some parts. Unfortunately not knowing much about the difference in parts the only thing I could think of was slowing the processor down and my cd/dvd drive a bit cheaper. I was thinking maybe a different Motherboard and an AMD quad/six core processor but wasn't sure what would be comparable to the core i5 I have selected and what would be good for my needs. Well any ideas/suggestions would help a ton. I'm pretty close to my budget. So here is what I have:
Approximate Purchase Date: Jan 4-9 ish, pretty much as soon as I reach my budget
Budget Range: $700ish pretax....pretty much 750ish after tax
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming, Streaming the Gameing, Web Surfing, Music/Movies, everything else
Parts Not Required: Keyboard, mouse, monitor
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: newegg.com
Country: USA, California
Parts Preferences: Ones that don't blow up asap or ship DOA often
Overclocking: No....Maybe if I learn to do it and feel the need to, but hoping not having to
SLI or Crossfire: No idea what this is...dual graphics cards?
Monitor Resolution: Currently have a 32 Inch Monitor running at 1360 x 768 and a 19 Inch running at the same, would like to run at 1920s
Additional Comments: Doesn't have to be fancy pants looking
Once again, thanks for all your help in advance, I really wish I knew what the heck I was looking at as far as specs go, this would probably be much easier for me and I wouldn't have to bug people(specifically you guys, lol). Also, does the build look decent?
But, yes, SLI/CF is dual cards. I don't think you're going to need it. In which case I would suggest you check out my $600
As for your resolution, you can't want to run at 1920x1080 if your max resolution is 1360x768, or do you mean you're going to buy a 1080P monitor? You can always use dual monitors in which case I would strongly suggest this GPU.
That'd drop me about 80 bucks and it looks like I could upgrade in the future...unless I read stuff wrong. I was looking only to cut about 30 bucks from my previous list, so I could even bump up the Graphic Card or maybe just the ram another 8 gig and still save a little. What do you guys think?