Hey guys/girls, basically I'm looking to build my own PC for £400 or below or extremely close too, can be a little over, not too fussed.
You do not need to include: OPTICAL DRIVES, OPERATING SYSTEM OR A HARD DRIVE.
I am either going to do that OR upgrade my current PC which isn't very good. The specs of that PC are as follows, I thought I would just mix these two kinda' problems in one thread instead of making two, I hope that's okay.
Here are the specs:
CPU: AMD Athlon X2 5000+.
GPU: Built in graphics - NONE.
RAM: 2GB DDR2
PSU: ADT 350W
MOTHERBOARD: ASROCK N68PV-GS
No need to mention HDD or optical drives, they're remaining the same.
So what would you got with the AMD or Intel based system? I think Intel may be best since I have the option to upgrade CPU in the future whereas the AMD 8 core is already top of the range for their processors which would mean me getting a whole new mobo to get to use intel processors.
So do you think these systems are good value for money and do you think i could squeeze a little more out of my budget?