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Rig intended for graphic design, 3D design and gaming. HELP!

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Hi, I intend to buy a new desktop which will be used for graphic design, 3D design and gaming. As I am new to desktops and dont really understand that much about processors and overclocking and all that stuff I need your help guys. I saw this desktop http://www.ebay.co.u...=item2c6952fe91 and was thinking whether it is an overkill? There is also another one I was looking at which is this one http://www.ebay.co.u...=item2ec642fc87 which seems to be the same apart form the processor speed and the number of cores. If you had to chose from one of these which would you chose? Also if you could recommend me any websites which might be cheaper or equivalent in price (my budget is £700). Forgot to mention that I wont be needing more than 500GB HDD as I have a 1TB external. Thanks

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