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I want to buy a gaming computer and i need some help

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April 16, 2012 10:37:38 AM

im searching in the internet for cheap computers that will support any game in the market and then i found
this: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VIBOX-WARRIOR-15-SUPER-FAST-A...

but im not shure if i should risk to buy cause a computer that looks that good for just 370 quids it looks like a great deal but i need computer experts opinion and thats you guys thank you for your time :bounce: 

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April 16, 2012 10:46:53 AM

It wont run anything it has no graphics card just integrated graphics (well ok it may run some things at lowest quality and unplaable frame rates)

The CPU (FX quadcore) is junk.

None of the parts are brand named so will be cheapest available junk..... "high performance motherboard" = cheap crap theres no legal definition of that term for you to demand a refund about.

The PSU is no name so will likely be cheap junk.

No windows so just to use it add £75 for windows.

Avoid these DIY builders on Ebay they sell cheapley made junk mostly to unsuspecting buyers.
April 16, 2012 10:50:06 AM

You can build it yourself for exactly £299.04 from parts on CCL computers

*edit*

Do you have a budget? and are you prepared to self build? (its really easy I promise). If so let us know the budget and we can help you :) 
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April 16, 2012 10:55:00 AM

im a crap at computers hardware mate i dont understand nothing im not joking and i cant spend more than 400£ and with this money i just want a desktop that will support any game in the market without giving me any problem basically sounds that i want a dream desktop for free ahah but if you can help me mate cause im with a piece of junk laptop
April 16, 2012 10:57:54 AM

ok. £400 pre built we wont find anything stunning thats going to max games out but we can get a base to work off. Do you need monitor/keyboard/speakers?
April 16, 2012 10:59:10 AM

wr6133 said:
You can build it yourself for exactly £299.04 from parts on CCL computers

*edit*

Do you have a budget? and are you prepared to self build? (its really easy I promise). If so let us know the budget and we can help you :) 


the budget its 400 £ now about building i just know that the more ram and cores the best the computer is ahahah
April 16, 2012 10:59:48 AM

wr6133 said:
ok. £400 pre built we wont find anything stunning thats going to max games out but we can get a base to work off. Do you need monitor/keyboard/speakers?


no thank you :D 
April 16, 2012 11:10:34 AM

http://www.cclonline.com/product/71912/NoMfgCode/All-CC...

Thats £399.98

Still has the crumby FX CPU but it at least has an entry level Graphics Card and its from a proper company you can go firebomb shout at if it breaks. Point to note it doesnt have windows so you need to add £68 for that (buy an OEM windows for £68 on the website and install yourself dont add windows to the PC options it costs more if you do.)

Here is the similar setup same price using an Intel i3. The CPU is again a little weak but is argueably better than the FX.

http://www.cclonline.com/product/73542/NoMfgCode/All-CC...

Same score with windows on that one.

Both those sytems are ENTRY level. They will run everything but not at great ultra settings. If you cant pip to these systems i would suggest you save up a little longer.

Personally I would recommend the 2nd Intel system there. It has a better upgrade route. In the future you could drop an i5 CPU in there to upgrade. Either system could have the GPU upgraded easily in the future.
April 16, 2012 11:23:14 AM

If your willing to self build though you could do this

http://www.cclonline.com/product/70184/GA-M68MT-S2-FX-3...
Gigabyte GA-M68MT-S2 Motherboard

http://www.cclonline.com/product/66091/F3-10600CL9D-8GB...
G.Skill NT 8GB DDR3

http://www.cclonline.com/product/72260/CAS-882/Cases/Fl...
Flamingo FM-12A Mid Tower Case

http://www.cclonline.com/product/26600/HDZ965FBGMBOX/CP...
AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition 3.4GHz Quad Core Processor

http://www.cclonline.com/product/78590/NE5X55T0FHD09/Gr...
PALIT Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 TI

http://www.cclonline.com/product/66223/ST500DM002/Hard-...
Seagate Barracuda 500GB Hard Drive

http://www.cclonline.com/product/60911/OCZ-ZS550W-UK/Po...
OCZ ZS Series 550W 80+ Bronze Power Supply

http://www.cclonline.com/product/55272/GFC-02050/Operat...
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (SP1)

http://www.cclonline.com/product/42546/SH-D163C/BEBE/Op...
Samsung 16X SATA DVD-ROM Drive

That would set you back £442 and is far better than the pre built systems.... Just a thought if you fancy building yourself :D 
April 16, 2012 11:39:49 AM

i gonna trust in you. are theses hardware all good? and it sounds that i can save more and get better building myself a computer so what you think? im i gonna have errors with it or will i be fine with it?
April 16, 2012 11:50:07 AM

The Motherboard is a good brand but at their budget end

RAM is good brand

Case is Cheap and acceptable

The CPU is very good (this is why i tried to claw back £ on the case and mobo)

The Graphics card I use right now. It is entry level but will handle anything you throw at it.

The HDD i tried to balance price and size

The Power Supply is good and efficient

Windows is Windows :) 

The DVD is the most basic cheap one I could find all you need it for is to install stuff. I concentrated the budget on a good CPU and entry level gaming graphics card.

As to building it really its easy i promise. Theres loads of videos on youtube showing how but in a nutshell. You sit the CPU on the mobo along with its cooler, screw mobo in to PC case, slide in HDD and DVD, Screw in PSU, stick in graphics card. Connect wires (the mobo will come with a guide for this), turn it on and install windows. Then grab a beer and enjoy handiwork :) 
April 16, 2012 12:10:39 PM

wr6133 said:
The Motherboard is a good brand but at their budget end

RAM is good brand

Case is Cheap and acceptable

The CPU is very good (this is why i tried to claw back £ on the case and mobo)

The Graphics card I use right now. It is entry level but will handle anything you throw at it.

The HDD i tried to balance price and size

The Power Supply is good and efficient

Windows is Windows :) 

The DVD is the most basic cheap one I could find all you need it for is to install stuff. I concentrated the budget on a good CPU and entry level gaming graphics card.

As to building it really its easy i promise. Theres loads of videos on youtube showing how but in a nutshell. You sit the CPU on the mobo along with its cooler, screw mobo in to PC case, slide in HDD and DVD, Screw in PSU, stick in graphics card. Connect wires (the mobo will come with a guide for this), turn it on and install windows. Then grab a beer and enjoy handiwork :) 


im gonna build my one baby ahahah so i can learn building your one and learn about hardware and enjoy it and after that as you said a nice and cold beer :D  thank you very much mate you just saved me 400 pounds and protected me from those e-bay thieves :D 
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April 16, 2012 2:17:38 PM

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