Budget Gaming Build $650 - 750

Hello once again guys
I am planning to build my 3rd computer this time for my brother

Budget Range: $650 - 750

System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming, Mufti-tasking, Editing, Video Watching and Surfing

Are you buying a monitor: No

Do you need to buy OS: No

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Anywhere

Location: USA

Parts Preferences: None

Overclocking: No

Other comments: I have been thinking of getting the Antec one or Corsair 200r

Thanks in advance guys
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  1. Best answer
    I'd suggest something like this
  2. ^^Good list, wouldn't change anything myself.
  3. bigcyco1 said:
    I'd suggest something like this

    Thanks for the instant reply but I forgot to add that I have a spare DVD Drive and the casing you recommended didn't interest my brother for some reason.

    I'll be changing the HDD for a Samsung Spinpoint4 or a Deskstar
  4. As for the PSU Is this one you recommended?
    and is there any other viable PSU you might recommend as well

    Any thoughts about this video card choices?
    MSI GTX 660 Twin Frozr III 2gb (oc ed)(cheaper) vs XFX HD 7870 2gb (slightly more expensive)
    this might seem wierd what if I get the Power Color HD 7950 it's pricing is the same with the XFX
  5. I would not suggest Power Color brand the 660 is fine if you rather have that then 7870 as for the power supply here some other suggestions
  6. Thank you kind Sir~!
  7. Best answer selected by SkiYakiToz37.
  8. Your welcome i posted some other cases links are above ^ for your bro to look at enjoy!
  9. It's either Antec One or NZXT Apollo now
  10. Lol!I always get stressed out when i buy a new case so many options good luck either one should serve you well.
  11. bigcyco1 said:
    Lol!I always get stressed out when i buy a new case so many options good luck either one should serve you well.

    Thank you for the help Ill be choosing the Antec One since it has USB 3 and I love all black casings
    but may I ask why I can't take the PowerColor HD 7950 for a spin?
  12. Your welcome!And you could take the powerColor for a spin it's just i wouldn't because the brand isn't known as being the most reliable i also hear it runs hot and does not overclock well.
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