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Help me get a new comp:)


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stalksuk

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Hey! Could any of you recommend me a good gaming computer? I'd rather buy a pre-built one than building one myself. I havea limit of £1800. I want a decent computer that can run the top games, and the new games to come :)

I was looking at the dell xps 630, any suggestions? :)
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aminal

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As a rule of thum i'd say DON'T buy a Dell, my experience with em has been bad - they use cheap components and when something goes wrong their customer service isnt great.

I've never bought a system from them but I know Overclockers.co.uk and awd-it.co.uk do custom made gaming systems and you can buy em pre-overclocked, plus you can choose not to buy a new monitor/keyboard/speakers as you probly already have that stuff... theres plenty of websites like that around, i've only ever bought bits off em, not whole systems so I can't vouch for em but i think you'd be better off that way.
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IMO, if it's going to be a gaming machine the only way to go is to build it yourself.

Is there any particular reason you do not wish to build the machine yourself?
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