I need help for this newbuild (i'm a noob)

I need a pc for gaming and have a budget of £350 (i'm in UK)
I have started this, is there any way i can reduce the price without comprimising too much on performance?

http://pcpartpicker.com/uk/p/qUyq
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  1. Well since you're on such a low budget I thnk 4GB of RAM would be enough, especially at that speed.
    Also you could replace the 7200RPM hard drive with a 5400RPM to save even more.
    Have you considered the price of a monitor as well?
  2. This topic has been moved from the section CPU & Components to section Systems by Mousemonkey
  3. eebbaaelfneh said:
    Well since you're on such a low budget I thnk 4GB of RAM would be enough, especially at that speed.
    Also you could replace the 7200RPM hard drive with a 5400RPM to save even more.
    Have you considered the price of a monitor as well?

    I wouldnt't need a monitor as i already have one and i have updated the list. Is everything still ok??

    http://pcpartpicker.com/uk/p/qV9J
  4. G860 + HD 7850 for a lot better gaming performance.

    http://pcpartpicker.com/uk/p/qVAu

    good luck!
  5. i dont know how others would think about this, but thats a really good CPU for frankly a crap mobo. 35 dollar mobos are usually crap by default lol. but for your budget i think it is alright.

    the HDD is pretty small, but again your budget does not allow for much flexibility, so it should be alright.
  6. gommer556 said:
    i dont know how others would think about this, but thats a really good CPU for frankly a crap mobo. 35 dollar mobos are usually crap by default lol. but for your budget i think it is alright.


    ..The ignorance of this statement would take time I don't have to explain. Sufficed to say, it's a quality board from a good company.

    P.S. £ = POUNDS, not dollars.
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