I plan to run modern games on medium to high settings and I have no intention of overclocking anything...how is the build? Also while were at it, which website is best in learning how to build a PC for a guy like me? I am completely illiterate when it comes to computers.
Ya, i3 and 6850 are kind of old...but I'm not really interested in maxing out current and modern games, if I can run them on medium to high then I'm a happy camper. But for this price (around 750 dollars for the PC minus the peripherals like the monitor etc) this is a good deal right? I have always heard newegg was an amazing place to buy PC parts. Also...do you guys have any recommendations on which website/video I should watch to learn how to build a PC? I am a complete noob
Yea... Knock your self out... But kinda late now. i3 is good but 6850 is kinda eh now.
Everything is compatible and your good to go
The 6850 is still better than a lot of the competition including the 7750 and 7770. Although that build is good I would ditch the motherboard - mATX is never a good way to go on a full desktop system as you forfeit a lot of expansion options. This would be a better motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...