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Build for ArmA3

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Going to be building my first rig in a few months for ArmA 3. Need a monitor and OS. Do not need a keyboard or mouse. Don't care what the case looks like as long as it keeps the parts cool. Prefer intel and nvidia. Total budget is $1250
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    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/c7bN

    Check this out. This will allow you to run all current titles at ultra settings/1080p at comfortable frame rates. It comes in at around $1000. You said you needed an OS...that'll be $100, unless you know what you're doing. It can be obtained other ways...
    Then you said you'll need a monitor. You'll want one with at least 1080p res... that'll be $150 or more. This should all come in right at your budget...maybe a little more or little less depending on day of purchase. If price drops occur and it fits the budget within a few months, I'd go with this build...
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/c4xG

    It's a personal build I've been researching for a while now. It looks good, and it's a strong performer. It's a little over your budget if you have to buy an OS and a monitor, but it'd definitely be worth the extra cash. Hope this helps :)
  2. DeusAres said:
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/c7bN

    Check this out. This will allow you to run all current titles at ultra settings/1080p at comfortable frame rates. It comes in at around $1000. You said you needed an OS...that'll be $100, unless you know what you're doing. It can be obtained other ways...
    Then you said you'll need a monitor. You'll want one with at least 1080p res... that'll be $150 or more. This should all come in right at your budget...maybe a little more or little less depending on day of purchase. If price drops occur and it fits the budget within a few months, I'd go with this build...
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/bgbL

    It's a personal build I've been researching for a while now. It looks good, and it's a strong performer. It's a little over your budget if you have to buy an OS and a monitor, but it'd definitely be worth the extra cash. Hope this helps :)


    If you can rustle up an extra hundred bucks or so, I would use that build but get a gtx 670 instead, way worth it.
  3. The best bang for buck card at that price point is the MSI Twin Frozr 7950, at $320.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127667

    Unbeatable performance for the $300 range, especially after overclocking.
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