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July 18, 2013 11:15:12 PM

So this is my current build blueprint so far: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1hHn8

any suggestions on anything here? compatibility issues, better upgrades,etc. just post your answer . thanks for your time in advance.
July 19, 2013 11:31:57 AM



It looks good but I need to ask several questions if you don't mind. Is building a desktop as easy as it seems because I'm new at this custom PC build thing. Second, I noticed you didn't have a monitor in your build. Where can I get one while staying within my 700-750 dollar budget? Last but not least, have you completed this build yet? If so, what games can you play with it? I have saints row the third, battlefield: bad company 2, and max payne 3. should it be able to run those games at 60 fps even with fraps. I'm a youtuber so this crucial. Thanks for your time in advance.
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July 20, 2013 12:29:05 AM

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Smorizio/saved/1OZU
On playing those games at 60 frames I don't known I never played them you may want to see what people have built for those rigs. With the 650 card you should be able to play a lot of games. Then with more money drop in another 560 card for sli. Building a pc today is very easy if you take your time and watch a few of how to build a pc on google. Motherbard power..CPU...ram are all keyed they go in only one way. The hardest part is carefully putting in the CPU so you don't crush the pins.
If you have a local micro center they posted builders days where they help and show people how to build a pc.
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July 20, 2013 6:48:10 PM

smorizio said:
http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Smorizio/saved/1OZU
On playing those games at 60 frames I don't known I never played them you may want to see what people have built for those rigs. With the 650 card you should be able to play a lot of games. Then with more money drop in another 560 card for sli. Building a pc today is very easy if you take your time and watch a few of how to build a pc on google. Motherbard power..CPU...ram are all keyed they go in only one way. The hardest part is carefully putting in the CPU so you don't crush the pins.
If you have a local micro center they posted builders days where they help and show people how to build a pc.


thanks for your answer smorizio. I appreciate your help. I'm just gonna wait a little bit longer to see if there's anymore feedback from the community. thanks again pal!
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