I just wondered if anyone could provide me with some info on the type of parts to get for a budget gaming pc around the £400 mark. I play games like Guild Wars 2 and League of Legends which run quite poorly on my current PC. I don't care about running everything on high just want something that will last me for a few years, it doesn't need to play the latest games.
I want to build it from scratch because its cheaper and provides me with a bit of a challenge. I'm just not sure on how to pick the parts.
I've been looking at the AMD A10-5800k with 8GB or RAM and a SSD drive if I can get it within my budget, and its worth the extra cost.
But what do I need to look for when picking Motherboard, brand of RAM, PSU, Case etc??
Any help would be great, extra details below.
Approximate Purchase Date: Next 2 weeks.
Budget Range: £300 - £400
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming, surfing the internet, watching movies
Are you buying a monitor: Not right now
Do you need to buy OS: Yes (I'll buy Windows 7)
SLI or Crossfire: Maybe
And Most Importantly, Why Are You Upgrading: When I bought my other PC in 2008 it was already budget, now it feels outdated so looking to upgrade. Mainly use it to browse the web and play games like League of Legends and Guild Wars 2