$400 computer w/o gpu

So I have $400 to build a computer for gaming. I don't need a videocard. I would prefer a new amd fx cpu and an ssd. Can anyone help?
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  1. What GPU do you have?
  2. a gt430 1gb but ill probably get a 7850
  3. do you have to have an fx chip? an i3 would be a better choice.
  4. i would prefer to have a quad core so that it will perform better in cpu intensive tasks..
  5. You said this will be a gaming computer. Most games use only one or two cores. Are you doing video editing?
  6. Yeah, I will probably use it for gaming only. Well what about an a10-5800k?
  7. That cpu isn't really worth it as far as gaming is concerned. I would just go with an i3 and upgrade to an i5 or i7 later.
  8. Okay.. So which i3 would you recommend?
  9. 3220 for sure. the 3225 just has a better integrated GPU but since you have a dedicated GPU they will both be the same. I will put something together for you real fast. Do you need an OS? also could you please fill out the form at the top of the SYSTEMS page so I can help you to the best level possible? thanks.
  10. Approximate Purchase Date: e.g.: this week

    Budget Range: 350-400 w/ shipping

    System Usage from Most to Least Important:gaming, internet

    Are you buying a monitor: no

    Parts to Upgrade: all except video card and hdd (would like a boot ssd)

    Do you need to buy OS: No

    Preferred Website(s) for Parts: newegg.com, ncix.com

    Location:Lincoln Nebraska, USA

    Parts Preferences:

    Overclocking: preferably

    SLI or Crossfire: not needed

    Your Monitor Resolution: 1280 x 720

    Additional Comments: portability would be nice
    And Most Importantly, Why Are You Upgrading: I'm currently using a single core 2.2ghz and it doesn't cut it
  11. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/lPJF

    I would go with this
  12. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/lPO5

    forgot a case. DOH! Here you go.
  13. Alright. Thanks for the help
  14. No problem!
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