(FIRST BUILD) So im gonna build a pc setup, Are these Parts good for the budget, do I need adjustments? Tags: Systems New Build Last response: April 6, 2014 2:08 PM in Systems Share JamGlitch April 6, 2014 2:03:40 PM Hi, I got into pc's a long time ago, Im considering on saving up and building a pc(first build) around September. my budget for everything is $830(£500), So here's what Im thinking Computer: Processor - Amd-FX 6300 Case - not sure what case yet thinking CM Storm scout 2, preferably $80(£50) Storage - WD Caviar blue 1tb 7200rpm GPU - Evga Gtx 750ti FTW Edition PSU - Corsair CX 500W RAM - Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8gb (2 sticks 4gb) Motherboard - Asus M5A97 LE R2.0 Motherboard -Price=$631.89(£381.16) Peripherals: - Mouse - Perrix MX-2000II - Keyboard - Random cheap keyboard will buy one in future - Monitor - Packard Bell Viseo 243D 24" - Mouse Pad - SteelSeries qck+ - Price=$203.84(£122.96) All together this Setup costs around $835(£631) a little bit over budget ($5) if there any suggestions to make this cheaper and remain with good performance it would be much appreciated. I posted a Identical thread on reddit, http://redd.it/22d8p5 Every Suggestion is Much appreciated More about : build gonna build setup parts good budget adjustments tiny voices April 6, 2014 2:06:31 PM Change the PSU. Antec, XFX, Seasonic, Corsair ( not, CX, CS, RM). DO NOT get the LE version of that motherboard. IT has poor power phases, no VRM heatsinks, and overheats. But this is all pointless. All new tech will be releasing between now and September so make a new thread a week or so before you plan to buy. Planning this far ahead really is worthless. JamGlitch April 6, 2014 2:08:10 PM tiny voices said:Change the PSU. Antec, XFX, Seasonic, Corsair ( not, CX, CS, RM). DO NOT get the LE version of that motherboard. IT has poor power phases, no CRM heatsinks, and overheats. But this is all pointless. All new tech will be releasing between now and September so make a new thread a week or so before you plan to buy. Planning this far ahead really is worthless. Ok Thanks dude Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedI'm gonna build my own gaming pc for the first time, need help. Forum I'm gonna build/buy my own gaming pc for the first time, need help. Forum Hey im gonna build my first computer and i wonder if theese items will fit an be good Forum I'm building a pc and have a low budget of 240 dollars. Where could I get good parts with a low price and have my build last l Forum SolvedI'm Building My First Computer $700 budget Need Help With Parts Forum I'm gonna build a Pc for 2016, and I need your help Forum Building my first mid-class gaming pc (low budget) are the parts good? Forum I'm building my first pc and I need help with determining the compatibility of some parts. Forum SolvedThe Specs for my first pc build, I'm not sure if the parts are compatible Forum SolvedLooking to see if this is a good build for my first PC im building (: Forum SolvedMy PC Build (First time builder). Good enough to start buying parts? Forum I'm gonna buy a brand new 700$ budget gaming pc and i have selected the parts. Forum SolvedWhat do you think about the PC im gonna build? Suggestions? Forum SolvedIm building my first gaming PC, and I'm on a tight 500$ budget. How is this for a build? Forum SolvedNeed to find a good pc to fit my needs at a budget cost I'm going to be buying a different part every week and don't wanna spe Forum SolvedI'm gonna build a pc. will this build have no problems? Forum I'm doing my first PC build and I'm slowly saving up money. If I order my parts as I get the money (Case in a week, Motherboar Forum How much power do I need to run this PC I'm going to build? Any recommendations for different parts than what is listed? Forum Need advice on budget gaming pc parts (first build) Forum SolvedNeed some help picking parts for my first pc build Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !