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harsha008

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I want to Build a new PC for my gaming.But here are my views about how the build should be
 
1)Already have 4x1 TB HDD, Monitor,Keyboard,Mouse,DVD Writer
 
CPU-I already had really bad experience with my fx-6100 series.So i must say i would prefer intel over AMD.Im not heavy gamer but i really want my games to run smoother without any hiccups.Im never gonna over clock it for sure
 
SSD- Plan on taking SSD 120/240 gb for better Experience for gaming.
 
MOBO-It should Support my SSD with USB 3.0, Min of 6 sata ports (Due to more HDDs),No Internal Grpahics needed on MOBO,4 ram Slots.Overall it should compliment CPU the best way.
 
Ram- I think 8gb RAM is more than enough for me.i even thought of one.Here is the link
 
I think there are rams with different frequencies.So does taking a higher frequency ram effects the performance or is it negligible.Other ram 
 
Cabinet- I even came up with Cabinte myself
 
 
GPU- As i said Earlier Im not a heavy gamer but im gonna use it alteast for 3 years before upgrading iy.Simply saying that it should be able to handle the next forecoming games also
 
PSU- NO idea what to take and How many watts is needed for all this to handle.
 
 
OS- Im not gonna buy OS but suggest the best Platform to play and which OS and bit should i install
 
Please suggest so that all the components compliment each other and give out max ouput to play pc games at meduim settings
 
thats it

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phillpower2

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:welcome:   harsha008,

 

I couldn't quite keep the budget below $650 but if you have a DVD drive that you can reuse with the build that will reduce the cost to nearer your budget, can't get any closer to $650 without compromising performance, edited parts list here

 

OS- Im not gonna buy OS but suggest the best Platform to play and which OS and bit should i install

 

 

Not sure what you mean by the above but Windows 7 or 8/8.1 64-bit for the OS, if you choose a free OS such as Linux it will massively reduce what games will run on the computer.

 

Edit; Not sure what happened there but the price has suddenly increased, back to the drawing board and will post back soon with an edited parts list.


Edited by phillpower2, 12 July 2015 - 07:26 AM.
As above edit

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iammykyl

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Gday.

If you are within a reasonable distance to one of these stores, or have a friend who is? store pickup may reduce the cost of some parts. 

http://www.microcent...es/default.aspx


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