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Gaming prebuild any good?

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January 8, 2013 6:22:52 PM

I'm looking for a gaming computer but I have no clue on all the jargon, which is why building a computer is not an option since I wouldn't know where to start.
I've got a budget of £900 and I'm not really looking for something super high tech just something that will work smoothly.



I'm looking at the chillblast fusion striker at the moment (http://www.chillblast.com/Chillblast-Fusion-Striker.htm...):

Cooler Master Elite 430 Case
Intel Core i5 2500K Processor 3.30 GHz (No Overclocking)
Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev 2 CPU Cooler
Generic thermal paste
Asus P8Z68-V LE Motherboard
8GB PC3-10666 1333MHz DDR3 Memory (2 x 4GB sticks)
Chillblast NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560Ti 1024MB Graphics Card
1000GB 7200RPM Hard Disk - 6Gbps
24x SATA DVD-RW Drive
Corsair Ultra Low Noise 600W PSU
Onboard High Definition Audio
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
Standard Chillblast Cable Management
24" Asus VS247H Widescreen LED Monitor
Generic Wired Keyboard and Mouse
Generic 2.0 Basic Speakers


(I've made a couple of changes to the original but any further advice would be great)

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January 8, 2013 6:38:32 PM

Corsair make crap PSU's now, they changed their suppliers. I suggest going with seasonic or XFX, which are both made by seasonic. They are really high quality and great.

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January 8, 2013 10:47:09 PM

looks alright to me.
January 8, 2013 11:09:57 PM

Not a bad build, you should be able to play almost every game in High Detail.