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1000$ gaming pc canada

Any suggestions would be great.

heres my list you can tweak it too if you like.

http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/parts/partlist/
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  1. You need to give us a different link.
  2. Made some changes : http://pcpartpicker.com/p/zOdT

    There's a good offer for a psu out there, the antec neo 620 at a low price, it's made by seasonic, the HAF 912 is also at a low price.
    The asrock z77 pro 3 offer all you need for a single card setup, this allows to buy a better card, like the asus 660 ti.
    Also the wd caviar blue 1TB is cheaper, same performance and reliability, since you have a ssd, you won't need the wd black
  3. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/zOfD

    Looks good, Good luck!
  4. x91 said:



    It seems you're from canada, but you're posting us links, here's a canada link : http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/p/zOkw
  5. djangoringo said:
    It seems you're from canada, but you're posting us links, here's a canada link : http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/p/zOkw


    Very good reply Django sir.
    I was thinking about getting all the parts first and then getting the graphics card later? Would you recommend that? I have a gforce 8600 I forgot the exact model number but would the motherboard you recommended be fine with that?
  6. Best answer
    The intel hd 4000(the on die gpu of the i5-3570k) should be better than the 8600 gt, you don't need a card, but the motherboard supports the any pcie card, get all parts first, the card for later, you might get a cheaper one by then, same model.
  7. Best answer selected by x91.
  8. djangoringo said:
    The intel hd 4000(the on die gpu of the i5-3570k) should be better than the 8600 gt, you don't need a card, but the motherboard supports the any pcie card, get all parts first, the card for later, you might get a cheaper one by then, same model.


    Thank you sir Django.

    Also one more thing sir, could you recommend a good monitor? 100-150 dollars.
  9. There was this one on sale. I don't know much about monitors and stuff but would you tell me if its a good monitor and at a reasonable price?

    http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/hewlett-packard-hp-23-ips-led-backlit-monitor-with-7-ms-response-time-2311xi-2311xi/10207058.aspx?path=f28ab0748e8d141ab9b0624985725810en02
  10. Yes, it's a good monitor.
  11. Also if something goes wrong with any product, etc. Is it a hassle to deal with? Or often times there are no problems with shipping and stuff (damaged parts)? I'm sorry I have never ordered online before.
  12. I can't say you won't find any doa part, sometimes it might happen, but it's safe to shop from those websites, if anything happen it will be covered, the parts listed are all of quality, no worries.
  13. Thank you sir Django for all your awesome help.
  14. Sir Django I have heard a lot of bad things about a certain online store. Could you use Newegg.ca or amazon.ca (or both) to put up a similar build with the graphics card.
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