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Need Help To Low price of a pc

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February 13, 2012 4:40:39 PM

1. MOTHERBOARD: ATX Intel Motherboard3 http://bit.ly/txpQyr $109.99
2. CPU: Intel Core i5-2500k http://bit.ly/AENqZm $219.99
3. RAM: Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) http://bit.ly/quSKv9 $46.99
4. GPU: Radeon HD 6950 - http://bit.ly/pew1GG $249.99
5. HDD: Western Digital 1 TB - http://bit.ly/xcbLeB $89.99
6. PSU: CORSAIR Enthusiast Series 650W http://bit.ly/koeQTC $89.99
7. CASE: COOLER MASTER HAF 932 - http://bit.ly/zcbgrb $99.99
8. MONITOR: ASUS Black 23" HDMI http://bit.ly/8J9SxH $159.99
9. DRIVES: SAMSUNG - http://bit.ly/vsAOFS $15.99
10. NETWORKING: PCI Wireless Adapter 300Mbps - http://bit.ly/aZCDcL $24.99
11. OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium - http://bit.ly/Am4Bna $99
12. KEYBOARD: Logitech Gaming Keyboard G110 http://amzn.to/eMTdqP $59.99
13. Headset: PLANTRONICS GameCom http://bit.ly/pDRo $29.99

All i need is the price about 1100 (1200 max)
What i want to do with this is Hardcore Gaming/Making videos (with Fraps)
also i want some recommendations this is my first build.
(The prices/Names Are not 100% right)

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February 13, 2012 4:50:08 PM

First what I'd cut is the headset (get that last) and the expensive peripherals (IMO the keyboard/mouse are the least important part of the4 build and you can certainly get those later. and you certainly don't need an extra NIC as the one built into your motherboard will do fine - this will save $50. If you need Wifi a ~$15 - ~$20 USB adapter will do fine, that's all I ever use.

If you're not going to overclock you can drop the i5-2500k to the i5-2400 and you'll save an extra $60.

Another recommendation would be to cut the HAF 932 to the HAF 912 and you'll save another $50.

So with those options you'll save a good $184 off the cost of this build and you'll still have a very capable system.
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