if you know alot about computers and google stuff alot, like This vs this kinda stuff Build it, if youre a computer noob and just want something to run Game's on High, Buy. Easy really. Good budget tho, lucky im jelly!
Playing Eroges/DigiArt sculpting (No ... At internship)
Amd is cheaper because of the heat + i hate the average build quality. But yeah if you want a AMD machine you should stick with a ATi card aswell. works the best as far as i know. Also if you want a cheaper solution for intel cores you can buy a i5 core like the 3570/3570k its the same as a i7 3770/3770k though it doesn't have hyperthreading so you'll be only using physical cores.
Also to shorten the expenses even more you can try to build it yourself if you know how to do it.
1 final thing ... there is a currency issue. people here can try to find all the equipment in US webshops though the prices are allot lower than the european prices.
Building is better in my opinion, You will save money and because you made it yourself it wont come with bullshit already pre installed. That and you will be able to upgrade it much easier as opposed to buying one from the market.
What kinda case are you looking at? Keep in mind the case itself can cost you hella lot of money, but at the same time it wont depending on what your looking for.
There is no right and wrong. There's only fun and boring.
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Originally Posted by -Nix
OK Guys thanks for advice btw what u mean by this? hyperthreading ..
Im thinking that i could reach 1k $ build soon ... >.>
Should i take Intel i7 now?
or AM3+ with 8 Cores.. Whats better? :P
btw want something what can run 5-8 VM's and every PC game on Ultra :P
Not sure on the specifics so you'd have to do some research but you can get some Xeon server processors for about the cost of an i5 that have hyper-threading and alot of "enthusiasts" are using them for gaming as well.. I just don't know which processors they're talking about. Xeon ranges from $200 to $2,000.