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ben7303

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I know my way around operating a computer pretty well, but I have never built one, I think I can assemble it. However when it comes to hardware I'm lost! I was wondering if anybody out there has enough time to do a "tech build" for me? It would help alot on my first build. If someone will help I am looking for a pure gaming PC with as much RAM as I can get for the price, My price range is about 700$ but I can go a little higher if need be.
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iammykyl

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Hi ben7303, :D

We are here to help.

I am looking for a pure gaming PC with as much RAM as I can get for the price,


A pure gamer does not benefit much for having any more than 4GB or RAM. Your best served spending on the other components first and if nec getting more ram later.

Where do you live?

What kind of games do you want to play?
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Here's three good starting points:


(The $1,000 model is probably the best 'bang for the buck').








Edited by SpywareDr, 09 February 2011 - 06:12 AM.

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