This is my second $600 budget gaming pc build.
It's a very similar build to my last one since the first one has been working great, no over heating or noise.
OS/DVD Burner already purchased.
This sums up to: $629.93 (After rebates)
I was thinking about switching the motherboard for a cheaper one, but I'm not an expert with Mobos ( if they'll fit, if the graphics card and psu will have enough room in the case etc..) So I'll stick with that one.
Could give or take a few $. Advice/Suggestions welcomed!
1. I think you're not planing to OC so, I would change the cpu to 3470/3570. But my bet would go to 3470, much cheaper with only minimal performance gap (small close to none).
2. If you won't OC I'll change the board to an h77 board.
3. If your not planning to get an sdd. might aswell pump up the hdd to a caviar black.
4. Your PSU is good though. But I would like it to pump up maybe to 500w just to make sure if you'll upgrade your gpu.
Ill go with something like this, http://pcpartpicker.com/p/vFe8. GPU is changed here, but I think itwould really come down to your budget. get a better GPU if can shell out some more cash.
AMD Radeon - That would be nice, as I am willing to look into any suggestions.
AdmBautista - You're right, I'm not OC'ng so I'll change the PSU.
I'll wait on the Mobo and Case AMD Radeon suggests if he replies soon, if not I'll change the Mobo and Case for the ones you suggested AdmBautista. Edit: I'll look into the HDD, and I wont upgrade any time soon, but when I do I'll buy a better gpu
the 3550P was $160.00 yesterday. too bad. if the 3550P and 3470 are the same price you should get the 3470. it turbos to 3.6 instead of the 3.3 on the 3550P. the 3470 also HD 2500 graphics if you ever needed them.