I have been looking for a good build for awhile now but don't know where to start. (the builds i did find the comments were all "why did you get X, Y is so much better" i'm going to play on a tv with a 16:9 resolution and i'm looking to play online games like diablo3 and lol but i also want to play rpgs like skyrim.
not needed equipment: monitor, keyboard, mouse.
resolution: all it says is 16:9
quality: i want to be able to play on normal graphics for at least a few years.
please recommend a good build in my price range thank you
You might want to jump on over to the Systems > New Build section of the THG forums where they handle about a couple dozen of these requests per day.
And they are more in tune with current prices, sales and combo deals.
Agree with WR2 but check my sig below. That's around $1,500 and will run any modern and near future game on ultra (at your likely 1080p resolution). It's quiet and has plenty of room to expand, add cooling, add video card, ram etc down the road.
hi i found this build on the web and wanted a second opinion before my purchase.
purchase date: this week
budget: $1500 might squeeze some more money from my pockets for some more awesome
system usage from most to least: gaming, (this is big)the ability to run Microsoft office word/power point, being able to play a game while talking on Skype without my fps going to 5
parts not required: monitor, it's a tv Samsung syncmaster2770hd
preferred website for parts: any that will send the part i ordered in the state i ordered it in for a good price.
country: USA, state: Arkansas
part preference: i don't care
sli crossfire: yes
screen resolution: again its a TV 1080p
additional comments: if you suggest a new part please confirm that it will fit with the other parts in my case. i don't want to get all this and find i bought a square peg for a round hole. wireless keyboard and mouse is a must and mouse must be able to withstand the power of a diablo 3 click fest.
to the parts!
Os: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64bit (Full) System Builder DVD 1 Pack
Looks good and with two 7850's you should have great performance but I think that I would go with a 750w pau and not a 600w. The minimum power supply that is recomended for a single card is 500w so with two I would go with a 750w psu.