Help with new gaming pc

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#1 Posted by 10knuckles01 (165 posts) -

alright i found a rigg im wanting to buy but dont know how to post the link so you guys can give me some needed advice,,

ill post it o this thread as soo as i figure it out,, any help would be appreciated:)

#2 Posted by 04dcarraher (19666 posts) -
copy and paste...... is how post a link
#3 Posted by 10knuckles01 (165 posts) -

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1411_1446&products_id=21245

#4 Posted by 10knuckles01 (165 posts) -

i wanna run on high maybe even ultra,, is this machine capable of such feats???

or one of these better suited

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1411_1446

budget is around $1500

#5 Posted by 04dcarraher (19666 posts) -

bleh Australian prices But this one looks like a winner

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1411_1446&products_id=21244

#6 Posted by General_X (9031 posts) -
The first one linked should handle High settings in all current games no sweat, most even Highest settings. Not a bad price for a pre-built either, but just know that you can get the same parts for less money if you put the pieces together yourself.
#7 Posted by 10knuckles01 (165 posts) -

how much are we talking about saving??? plus how hard is it to put one together,

im pretty handy with putting things together (being a carpenter) i take it you dont need a nail gun and hammer to build one;)

#8 Posted by 04dcarraher (19666 posts) -

how much are we talking about saving??? plus how hard is it to put one together,

im pretty handy with putting things together (being a carpenter) i take it you dont need a nail gun and hammer to build one;)

10knuckles01

The system I posted isnt bad for the price for a prebuilt,

As my father always says when do home improvement when something goes wrong"Im a electrician not a carpenter" :P

All you need usually is a phillips screwdriver and patience.

Here's picture guide to give you an idea how to do it

http://www.gamespot.com/forums/topic/26986920/picture-guide-to-computer-building-and-hardware-installation-56k

#9 Posted by 10knuckles01 (165 posts) -

might i ask why you chose that one from the list,, what makes it the winner?

#10 Posted by 04dcarraher (19666 posts) -

might i ask why you chose that one from the list,, what makes it the winner?

10knuckles01

costs 1299, i5 3750k, 8gb gtx 670, ssd +2tb, vs your first one with gtx 660ti and its 40 more

#11 Posted by General_X (9031 posts) -

[QUOTE="10knuckles01"]

how much are we talking about saving??? plus how hard is it to put one together,

im pretty handy with putting things together (being a carpenter) i take it you dont need a nail gun and hammer to build one;)

04dcarraher

The system I posted isnt bad for the price for a prebuilt,

As my father always says when do home improvement when something goes wrong"Im a electrician not a carpenter" :P

All you need usually is a phillips screwdriver and patience.

Here's picture guide to give you an idea how to do it

http://www.gamespot.com/forums/topic/26986920/picture-guide-to-computer-building-and-hardware-installation-56k

bleh Australian prices But this one looks like a winner

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1411_1446&products_id=21244

04dcarraher
This does look like a winner as well. I have no idea what prices should look like in AUD lol
#12 Posted by 10knuckles01 (165 posts) -

cheers for the help guys,, now all i got to do is convince the missus to let me buy a 1300$ computer ha

cheers