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    You can get an AMD machine for gaming that'll run you under 900 bucks easy.

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    Make sure all your parts are compatible before buying them. Thats probably one of the most important steps before buying them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jailbroken671 View Post
    1. A CPU-i would recommend a Intel core i5 series as a minimum for gaming
    2. PSU-depends on what you have, i.e. if you have more than 1 graphics card. you might need a 700W+
    3. RAM-minimum RAM for gaming now-days is 3GB, so i recommend 6-12GB
    4. Graphics Card-a ATI 5770 is still good, unless you want the latest ones
    5. Chasis-any full tower would do, just be sure it has what you want, i.e. fan space, window, mesh in the front, and enough space for all your stuff
    6. HDD-i would recommend a SSD for a boot drive(40-80 GB) and a storage drive (1TB-2TB)
    7. Motherboard-anything in the 2010-2011 time range that can handle your computer specs, be sure its not a bottleneck
    8. Cooling-water cooling, nuffsaid. Worst thing and most common thing is over heating.
    9. Burner/Reader-anything, but i recommend a Bluray burner/reader
    10. Other Accessories-i.e. light cathodes, extra fans, external pump(water cooling), mouse, keyboard(i recommend Razor for both), Card reader, wireless network adapter, speakers(5.1 surround sound is good), monitor(20+in.), and/or microphone.

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    =ground yourself before touching any new computer parts
    =in the process of assembling, you want to keep the wires neat if you want to show it off.
    =be careful where you assemble it or unbox it.

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    Go to ibuypower or CyberPowerPC to build your pc... Then go to newegg to check the Prices of each part...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Bill HickCock View Post
    My advice: get a friend who knows how to do it. You'll be strangling yourself with even the simplest power cords in a week.
    Dude I had to take apart a pc and put it back together for a class, I know how to put it together and stuff. LOL
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