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Graduation present help?

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Hello guys/gals!
Graduating this year and my parents have decided to get me something nice. (:
I'm looking to build my own gaming computer with a budget between $1,000.00 - $1,500.00~
The games I plan on playing are;
World of Warcraft
Starcraft II
League of Legends
Call of Duty bluh bluh bluuuh
and other games I now will have the opportunity to play.

I already have a monitor the corner says HP w1907 not sure what that means. Its dimensions are 1440x900 so I don't want to get a new one as I like this one.

I'm wanting to build a computer from scratch that won't have any trouble playing my music and game with out any lag and still have room to do other things.

Want to help me out? (: I was planning on buying an Alienware computer but I decided against it.
Looking for someone to tell me everything a computer needs minus a keyboard, mouse, and monitor. And then help me choose items to fill those slots that can meet my standards. The budget is apprx so if it's a little more don't be afraid to post it!

Thanks in advanced!
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Hi Airbot ;)

I will help you build an Awesome Gaming Computer. First though, are you / your parents ready to buy now? Or, will you be waiting a few months, etc... to graduate? The reason I ask is that technology and the prices of that technology change so quickly that it's best to inquire about a build when you are ready to buy. Designing one now, would prove useless if not buying for a couples of months or more.

Answer that first and we'll take it from there. :thumbsup:
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