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    Wink PC Upgrade :/

    I wanna switch over to an Intel based pc, I have a $250 right now but i can sell my old mobo(M5A78l-M LX PLUS) CPU(Athlon II x4 640) and GPU(MSI r7700 1gb gddr5) i can sell these for atleast 150$ easy, with that being said. ill have around $400.

    I would need a intel motherboard(great integrated graphics) and an intel processor(gotta be exellent for gaming) any help here? as for the gpu thats later stuff.


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    I would highly suggest saving a bit more money before going in on a new computer seeing as your budget is a bit too low if you're looking to run anything more than low resource optimized games . Best of luck!

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    Like Clownfishes said, save some money up to 750 or something and buy a full pc

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    Still if you want you can get a Gigabyte H81M-H and an i3-4160 (or an i5-4460) and get a decent gpu later. That's not an high end mobo but that's all you need really

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    Nice build man

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    Buy a 970 from MSI with that money.
    Make sure to get an i5 and a decent motherboard for it as well.

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    So I end up getting a MSI Z87-G45 Gaming motherboard with an i5 4460 3.2ghz, I got them on a deal for $275. I ended up keeping my GPU. And I also bought some 2133mhz 2 x 4gb gskill ram. I can upgrade my gpu later, because my hd 7770 runs bf4 right now at 50-60 fps on medium settings. but i know all i need to do next is get a gtx 960 or 970 or 980, and I should be good. Im just waiting for the parts to arrive I will tell you guys how it goes. Hopefully no DOA's.
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