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Help me spend me dollars (British Pounds lol)

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Hello there!

Right, I'm currently running on a 7900 gfx and a Pentium 4 lols.

I think its about time to upgrade. I have roughly £1500 to spend on a top gaming machine and monitor.

The monitor I am looking at is this: http://www.overclock...rodid=MO-124-SA - Its a good price and I think its good for gaming (Response Time: 2ms). I am not an expert so if you disagree please let me know. So this takes me down to £1300. What I'm basically looking for is a top gaming machine that can easily run all the latest FPS's in top quality and in the near future. I think my budget is reasonable enough to achieve this.
I do live in the UK, so shops like Overclockers and Scan are supposed to be some of the best shops to buy online parts. If you know of any more please suggest them.

What I'm looking for is a complete list of what to buy (Prices included please). I am would gladly donate once more if your willing to help me.

Many thanks. Have a wonderful day!


Edited by Simondo, 02 March 2011 - 06:08 PM.

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