Not into the "build your own". I can afford to buy it whole if it reduces the hassle of me needing to make one.
I'm looking at one PC right now. My budget is around £650 ($1000)
It would be great to include a keyboard and monitor in the price, but its not necessary as I have cheap/shitty ones until I can fork out a bit more for proper accessories.
If I build this exact same PC via PCSpecialist I can get it for around £570 with no os, but they do assemble and send it out.
I'm looking for your advice, do you reckon it could run demanding games at a smooth fps?
What I'm looking for:
World of Warcraft Raids (High/Ultra)
Call of Duty (High/Ultra)
ARK: Survival Evolved (Any)
League Of Legends (Max) - Yes, I know even a shitty pc can probably get around 50-60, any ideas on what this might get?
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Forgot to mention, I'll be looking to add a 24" BenQ monitor and Razer Black Widow Chroma if it comes to me buying this pc.
650Pounds to USD is about $1000~ and for the same price you could get something a little bit faster than the GTX 960 and a core i5-4690k instead.
But since you don't want to go through the trouble of building it yourself which is absolutely fine I say you're getting a good build for the money you are spending.
The PC you put down does come with 16GB of Ram, a 2TB Hard Drive, 120GB SSD and all.
But the only thing I would say about this pre-built computer is that once you buy the system that you replace the powersupply. This takes president over anything else because you don't know what brand power supply is in that computer let alone if it's able to handle 80%-100% load for more than a couple minutes.
As I said, I don't want to build it myself. I can afford the expenses.
If you're worried that it's hard it's really not, I was taught by a 10 min video when I was 11 and I was able to get it done within two hours. You'd get a even better PC that would last longer and you would get better running power at the moment. In the long and short run it's just better.
I think since you don't wanna build your computer it's not bad. However I think you should build your own computer. It's like building something with legos for adults and with quick youtube searches you'll find tons of in-depth how to's. Either way you should be able to run what your looking for.