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CHEAP Custom PC Upgrade! HELP!


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Darknessroxas

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I've been looking for a cheap custom PC for around 150-200 dollars and found one on http://www.toptengam.../150-gaming-pc/
 

APU:AMD A4-7300 APU
Motherboard: Gigabyte FM2+ GA-F2A68HM-H
Xion mATX Case:
Power Supply: EVGA 500W 80 Plus PSU
RAM: Crucial 2x2GB Kit Model CT2KIT25664BA160B
Storage: WD Caviar Blue 320GB Hard Drive

This is the Custom PC thats on the site. There are some upgrades (APU) but not sure which to get. Also, the site said that the case's 3.0 USB is not compatible with the motherboard. Do you guys have any motherboard that works with this build? (I know nothing about PC)


Do you think this build can ran League of legends on low settings at 60 fps? 

~This computer is just for browsing and playing casual games. Not planning on playing those crazy intensive games on this.

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phillpower2

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:welcome:   Darknessroxas,

 

Alternative MB that has internal USB 3.0 header here

 

Do you think this build can ran League of legends on low settings at 60 fps? 

 

 

Couldn't honestly say what FPS the proposed build would achieve but I suspect that they would not be very good without an add on video card, LoL system requirements here

 

No OS such as Windows 7 mentioned in the list of parts, that will cost circa $90, have you budgeted for this seperately.

 

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