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Ok -

1 - Galaxy Z68 Motherboard I7 2600K Gaming Computer PC 1tb 16gb DDR3 GTX 550 TI 1gb
£ 650

or

2- CASE: AEROCOOL STRIKE-X - Intel Core I7-950 3.06GHz

Asus SABERTOOTH X58 -- Palit GTX560 TI 1GB - 500GB SATA3 - Simm DDR3 6GB (3x2GB) CL9.0 - LC-POWER ATX 600W V2.2 PROPHECY 2 ACTIVE - Masterizzatore DVD

£ 759


Which one is better please? I am looking for Gaming PC and other normal stuff.

Thanks in advance.. These are the PCs on the ebay shop
post #22 of 78
forgot you put the price up to 700 lol
so overclocking doesnt affect your cpu so long as you dont go overboard, id try keep the temp below 75 when running prime, gaming doesnt heat the cpu as much as this so ull be fine at that level, 4.5ghz seems like an average for overclocking.
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Ok -

1 - Galaxy Z68 Motherboard I7 2600K Gaming Computer PC 1tb 16gb DDR3 GTX 550 TI 1gb
£ 650

or

2- CASE: AEROCOOL STRIKE-X - Intel Core I7-950 3.06GHz

Asus SABERTOOTH X58 -- Palit GTX560 TI 1GB - 500GB SATA3 - Simm DDR3 6GB (3x2GB) CL9.0 - LC-POWER ATX 600W V2.2 PROPHECY 2 ACTIVE - Masterizzatore DVD

£ 759


Which one is better please? I am looking for Gaming PC and other normal stuff.

Thanks in advance.. These are the PCs on the ebay shop
Don't buy ready built PCs on ebay. You can get the same parts cheaper somewhere else (I found out the hard way) also on the 2nd one, what hard drive is it? (make and model) and the same for 1. Also you don't need 16GB RAM for gaming. 6GB is more than enough.
    
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Don't buy ready built PCs on ebay. You can get the same parts cheaper somewhere else (I found out the hard way) also on the 2nd one, what hard drive is it? (make and model) and the same for 1. Also you don't need 16GB RAM for gaming. 6GB is more than enough.
This doesn't say the name of HD

HARD DISK: 500GB SATA3

Type Hard drive - internal
Form Factor 3.5"""" x 1/4H
Dimensions (WxDxH) 10.2 cm x 14.7 cm x 2 cm
Weight 0.54 kg
Capacity 500 GB
Interface Type Serial ATA-600
Data Transfer Rate 600 MBps
Average Seek Time 8.5 ms
Spindle Speed 7200 rpm
Buffer Size 16 MB


What about this? but Graphics card itself is expensive.


Black Mid Case with Quite 450W PSU
Intel i7 2600K 3.4Ghz Sandybridge 1155 CPU
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8GB Memory (2x4GB) DDR3 9-9-9-24
500GB Samsung F3 3.5" SATA II Hard Drive
Samsung 22x Internal DVD±R/RW SATA Drive

No OS and Graphics card - this is for £ 398 on ebay

Also, I never made a PC myself - and I googled parts and when i calculated the amount it was around same price as if i get readymade from ebay

This ONE please?
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you truly are crazy boy. go with the newer tech.
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This doesn't say the name of HD

HARD DISK: 500GB SATA3

Type Hard drive - internal
Form Factor 3.5"""" x 1/4H
Dimensions (WxDxH) 10.2 cm x 14.7 cm x 2 cm
Weight 0.54 kg
Capacity 500 GB
Interface Type Serial ATA-600
Data Transfer Rate 600 MBps
Average Seek Time 8.5 ms
Spindle Speed 7200 rpm
Buffer Size 16 MB


What about this? but Graphics card itself is expensive.


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500GB Samsung F3 3.5" SATA II Hard Drive
Samsung 22x Internal DVD±R/RW SATA Drive

No OS and Graphics card - this is for £ 398 on ebay

Also, I never made a PC myself - and I googled parts and when i calculated the amount it was around same price as if i get readymade from ebay
That is the dangerous thing about buying on ebay. I bought my PSU, RAM and HDD from ebay in a bundle and it didn't say the information about what the parts are. The PSU turned out to cost £20 the RAM cost £14 and the HDD cost £24 if I bought them somewhere else. I paid £100 for it. I have also never built a PC before my sigrig but I managed just fine. All you have to do is read the manual that comes with the motherboard (not all of it though just which way the CPU goes and what the sockets on the board are for)

The PC specs for the price are not bad. But there is no point getting a ready built gaming PC if it doesn't have a graphics card in it already. That is if you don't want to install hardware anyway.
    
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That is the dangerous thing about buying on ebay. I bought my PSU, RAM and HDD from ebay in a bundle and it didn't say the information about what the parts are. The PSU turned out to cost £20 the RAM cost £14 and the HDD cost £24 if I bought them somewhere else. I paid £100 for it. I have also never built a PC before my sigrig but I managed just fine. All you have to do is read the manual that comes with the motherboard (not all of it though just which way the CPU goes and what the sockets on the board are for)

The PC specs for the price are not bad. But there is no point getting a ready built gaming PC if it doesn't have a graphics card in it already. That is if you don't want to install hardware anyway.
Thank you so much.

Please can you make me a built of i7 2600k with good graphics card eg. Nvidia GTX560 TI. with all the make and modles and how much power supply. Then I google all the parts with prices and get back to you? then I start building it myself.

Please its a request. Many thanks
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Thank you so much.

Please can you make me a built of i7 2600k with good graphics card eg. Nvidia GTX560 TI. with all the make and modles and how much power supply. Then I google all the parts with prices and get back to you? then I start building it myself.

Please its a request. Many thanks
OK. Is the budget still £500 or has it been raised? I don't think I can make a decent 2600K build at £500.
    
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OK. Is the budget still £500 or has it been raised? I don't think I can make a decent 2600K build at £500.
I doubt you can build a 2600k build with £500 and a 560ti.
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I doubt you can build a 2600k build with £500 and a 560ti.
I know that is why I asked if the budget has been raised.
    
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