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Building a Gaming Computer

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  • Started 1 year ago by lonsqueeze
  • Latest reply from BigDaveRS
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lonsqueeze
Posts: 1

Hi Guys,

Just wondering if you could help me out in building a gaming computer on a low budget.
I want to shop on either NCIX or NewEgg using their deals to try to get a $600-700 beast.

Here's their deal page: http://www.ncix.ca/promo/promo.....letide2012

Here's what I need:
Case
Power Supply
Motherboard
CPU Processor
RAM
Video Card
DVD Writer
Hard Drive

Case: Coolermaster Haf 912 (I know I want this case or something comparable to it for quality and price)
Video Card: MSI Radeon 6670 http://www.ncix.ca/products/?s.....omoid=1306 Seems like a good card for the money!

THANKS!

Posted 1 year ago
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Sukkoro
Posts: 6

Try www.pcpartpicker.com it tells you if your selected parts fits and where they can be bought for the lowest price :)

Posted 1 year ago
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LadyFitzgerald
Posts: 2232

I, and at least one other person here, have found that PCPartpicker is not reliable for telling one if parts are compatible or not. I've found not all the vendors it lists are reliable, either (such as Adorama Camera).

Posted 1 year ago
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BigDaveRS
Posts: 18

The pc part picker is not reliable and will not tell you about any incompatability issues.. ive learnt this lol

Posted 1 year ago
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