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Is there any better custom pc builder sites, than origin pc ?


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Is there any better custom pc builder sites, than origin pc ?

 

I am looking for one that have the newest stuff on the marked.


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:welcome:   Provincs

 

What country are you in.

 

You will get the best value for your money by building your own or by purchasing the parts and have a local tech build it for you.

 

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I live in Norway


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Couldnt find anything else I'm afraid  :(

 

Something that you can take a look at that will help with selecting hardware is Logical Increments.


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This build from origin pc, shipped to Norway.

 

 


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Chillblast UK

 

Shipping is expensive at 760.52 krone (ouch)


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Province would be much better off giving us a budget and the computer main usage as G2G is better at configuring as we really do give personal service.


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4000 dollar is what I will max spend if needed :)


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OK, Thanks.   Bit late here, so off to bed and will configure a systemSunday..

 

Is the main use to be gaming.?


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I like to go for a realy good video card. I am geting me the 

Asus 27" LED G-Sync ROG SWIFT PG278Q monitor for the pc.
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Yes my main focus is pvp gaming like league of legends. And some upcoming mmos. Will see. But I play all kind of random games here and there :)


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PC-box large
SteelSeries QcK mousemat,
Corsair Obsidian 650D Midi Tower Sort
XFX ProSeries XXX Edition 850W PSU
Intel Core i7-4790K
Silverstone Tundra TD02 CPU Kjøler
Crucial DDR3 BallistiX Sport 16GB KIT
ASUS Z97-DELUXE, Socket-1150
ASUS GeForce GTX TITAN BLACK 6GB PhysX
HyperX 3K SSD 240GB 2.5" w/Watchdogs vou
Seagate Barracuda® 1TB
Samsung DVD Writer, SH-224DB
CM Storm Devastator - MS2K & MB24
MS COA Win 8.1 Nordic 

 

Is that worth 3700 dollar ?


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Gday.

A very nice monitor.   Good to see you have thought about the final image, as many spend heaps on the main hardware and end up with a poor display. 

 

To see if the proposed build is worth the money. (is shipping included?)

Go to CPP, register, then, at the top right, select country (I would select UK as this has a good list of parts)

 

configure your build, then post the Permalink URL (towards top left) in your next Reply.

 

http://pcpartpicker.com/


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