Gaming PC Build [Budget-£450]

Approximate Purchase Date: Summer 2012 :)

Budget Range: GBP £450

System Usage from Most to Least Important: (High-Resolution Gaming, Blu-Ray Movies, Schoolwork)

Parts Not Required: (keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers, hard drive, Windows 7, case)

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: (overclockers.co.uk)

Country: UK

Parts Preferences: Preferably an Intel/Nvidia rig

Overclocking: Yes

SLI or Crossfire: Maybe in the future, when i have more money :kaola:

Monitor Resolution: (currently 1280x1024 but i want to upgrade to 1920x1080 later on.

Additional Comments: (noise is of no obejct)
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  1. i'd hang on for a few weeks after ivy bridge is launched and "officially" benchmarked by third party sites.
  2. what would be the advantages of an ivy bridge cpu?
  3. 5-10% increase in performance and a lower power consumption; at least that is what is being stated now. more will be known after its release wide scale in a few eeks.

    its good to shop now but hold off on making any decisions until later.
  4. +1 to looniams point, as your building in a few months it'd be better to properly price it out then as prices can change quite wildly.
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