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  • 400-700$
  • 0 %
  • 700-1200$
  • 40 %
  • 1200$ <
  • 60 %
August 8, 2013 5:36:59 AM

What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?



EDIT :
In order to be more specific lets say that we have a 1080p in a 120Hz monitor 1920x1080

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a b 4 Gaming
August 8, 2013 5:58:21 AM

John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


$1200 and is not enough lol ...

the best gaming machine will be at $2500
August 8, 2013 6:10:27 AM

If you plan on playing on 1080p and a single monitor, preferably 120hz, you can get a build that will run anything at over 60 fps. For 1200$ you can have a 4th gen i5 build with a 770. Pretty fast, for a couple extra hundred $ you can get a much faster 780 build.
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August 8, 2013 6:16:32 AM

SNA3 said:
John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


$1200 and is not enough lol ...

the best gaming machine will be at $2500


You are so wrong, yesterday I built 4 1200$ gaming rigs. The fact that you have to spend 2000+$ to get a gaming rig is so untrue. For 1200$ the OP can get an i5 4670K wiith a Hero motherboard, a GTX 770, and all the rest.
August 8, 2013 6:26:54 AM

John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


Here, look: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1pEZp
For the price, this is a killer rig, and if you plan on playing at 1920x1080, then you'll get plenty of frames with this card.
a b 4 Gaming
August 8, 2013 6:43:14 AM

David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


$1200 and is not enough lol ...

the best gaming machine will be at $2500


You are so wrong, yesterday I built 4 1200$ gaming rigs. The fact that you have to spend 2000+$ to get a gaming rig is so untrue. For 1200$ the OP can get an i5 4670K wiith a Hero motherboard, a GTX 770, and all the rest.


I am not wrong , try playing on 3 screens and then say $1200 is enough ...

or try to play on 30 inch 2560x1600 monitor ...

there is allways a better Gaming PC .

$1200 is a single screen Acceptable Gaming machine.

August 8, 2013 6:51:13 AM

SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


$1200 and is not enough lol ...

the best gaming machine will be at $2500


You are so wrong, yesterday I built 4 1200$ gaming rigs. The fact that you have to spend 2000+$ to get a gaming rig is so untrue. For 1200$ the OP can get an i5 4670K wiith a Hero motherboard, a GTX 770, and all the rest.


I am not wrong , try playing on 3 screens and then say $1200 is enough ...

or try to play on 30 inch 2560x1600 monitor ...

there is allways a better Gaming PC .

$1200 is a single screen Acceptable Gaming machine.



I have 2 780s in SLI to game on three monitors, I know what it takes to game on higher resolutions, the OP is going for a single monitor, and a 770 is enough for that. He didn't mention high res or 3 monitors, and for that budget, that's just impossible.
a b 4 Gaming
August 8, 2013 6:53:06 AM

David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


$1200 and is not enough lol ...

the best gaming machine will be at $2500


You are so wrong, yesterday I built 4 1200$ gaming rigs. The fact that you have to spend 2000+$ to get a gaming rig is so untrue. For 1200$ the OP can get an i5 4670K wiith a Hero motherboard, a GTX 770, and all the rest.


I am not wrong , try playing on 3 screens and then say $1200 is enough ...

or try to play on 30 inch 2560x1600 monitor ...

there is allways a better Gaming PC .

$1200 is a single screen Acceptable Gaming machine.



I have 2 780s in SLI to game on three monitors, I know what it takes to game on higher resolutions, the OP is going for a single monitor, and a 770 is enough for that. He didn't mention high res or 3 monitors, and for that budget, that's just impossible.


Where did he say single monitor ?
August 8, 2013 6:55:54 AM

SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


$1200 and is not enough lol ...

the best gaming machine will be at $2500


You are so wrong, yesterday I built 4 1200$ gaming rigs. The fact that you have to spend 2000+$ to get a gaming rig is so untrue. For 1200$ the OP can get an i5 4670K wiith a Hero motherboard, a GTX 770, and all the rest.


I am not wrong , try playing on 3 screens and then say $1200 is enough ...

or try to play on 30 inch 2560x1600 monitor ...

there is allways a better Gaming PC .

$1200 is a single screen Acceptable Gaming machine.



I have 2 780s in SLI to game on three monitors, I know what it takes to game on higher resolutions, the OP is going for a single monitor, and a 770 is enough for that. He didn't mention high res or 3 monitors, and for that budget, that's just impossible.


Where did he say single monitor ?


He doesn't have to, his budget said so, and it's always 1 monitor unless stated otherwise.
August 8, 2013 6:58:18 AM

SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


$1200 and is not enough lol ...

the best gaming machine will be at $2500


You are so wrong, yesterday I built 4 1200$ gaming rigs. The fact that you have to spend 2000+$ to get a gaming rig is so untrue. For 1200$ the OP can get an i5 4670K wiith a Hero motherboard, a GTX 770, and all the rest.


I am not wrong , try playing on 3 screens and then say $1200 is enough ...

or try to play on 30 inch 2560x1600 monitor ...

there is allways a better Gaming PC .

$1200 is a single screen Acceptable Gaming machine.



I have 2 780s in SLI to game on three monitors, I know what it takes to game on higher resolutions, the OP is going for a single monitor, and a 770 is enough for that. He didn't mention high res or 3 monitors, and for that budget, that's just impossible.


Where did he say single monitor ?


If going for high res. or 3 monitors, he can start with a single 780 and only play on high settings, it'll give good fps, and then add a second 780 later on. For 1440p, one is enough.
a b 4 Gaming
August 8, 2013 6:59:01 AM

David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


$1200 and is not enough lol ...

the best gaming machine will be at $2500


You are so wrong, yesterday I built 4 1200$ gaming rigs. The fact that you have to spend 2000+$ to get a gaming rig is so untrue. For 1200$ the OP can get an i5 4670K wiith a Hero motherboard, a GTX 770, and all the rest.


I am not wrong , try playing on 3 screens and then say $1200 is enough ...

or try to play on 30 inch 2560x1600 monitor ...

there is allways a better Gaming PC .

$1200 is a single screen Acceptable Gaming machine.



I have 2 780s in SLI to game on three monitors, I know what it takes to game on higher resolutions, the OP is going for a single monitor, and a 770 is enough for that. He didn't mention high res or 3 monitors, and for that budget, that's just impossible.


Where did he say single monitor ?


He doesn't have to, his budget said so, and it's always 1 monitor unless stated otherwise.


he did not say any budget, he thinks that $1200 is the best thats all ..
August 8, 2013 7:41:27 AM

SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
David Lugarov said:
SNA3 said:
John Koligliaths said:
What is the best money to give for a good gaming pc? I have been researching a lot for buying a new pc but before i buy anything i wonder how much money should i give ? Any opinions?


$1200 and is not enough lol ...

the best gaming machine will be at $2500


You are so wrong, yesterday I built 4 1200$ gaming rigs. The fact that you have to spend 2000+$ to get a gaming rig is so untrue. For 1200$ the OP can get an i5 4670K wiith a Hero motherboard, a GTX 770, and all the rest.


I am not wrong , try playing on 3 screens and then say $1200 is enough ...

or try to play on 30 inch 2560x1600 monitor ...

there is allways a better Gaming PC .

$1200 is a single screen Acceptable Gaming machine.



I have 2 780s in SLI to game on three monitors, I know what it takes to game on higher resolutions, the OP is going for a single monitor, and a 770 is enough for that. He didn't mention high res or 3 monitors, and for that budget, that's just impossible.


Where did he say single monitor ?


He doesn't have to, his budget said so, and it's always 1 monitor unless stated otherwise.


he did not say any budget, he thinks that $1200 is the best thats all ..


If $1200+ was on the top, I'm assuming that's as far as the OP goes, anyways, single monitor, 1200 is fine, multi? 2 780s at least.
August 8, 2013 10:21:20 AM

You dont always have to use the quite ^.^ . Also as you see there are a lot of answers for this question as it changes according to how u are going to play
August 8, 2013 11:05:57 AM

I know haha, it gets annoying, but sometimes it's fun because it starts this pattern like of a pyramid. :p  Ah man, I think I'm bored and have too much time on my hands.
August 8, 2013 11:24:18 AM

I added a specification in the screen
August 8, 2013 11:41:19 AM

John Koligliaths said:
I added a specification in the screen


Just like I said, 1080p 120hz 770 is enough, if you can afford a 780 do go for it, it'll give 140fps in BF3 with 64 players on a mid sized map with your settings maxed out. If you don't goo too hard on AA you can easily get 120+ fps in the largest maps.
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