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My friend doesnt want to take the time to build a pc so he asked me what the best prebuilts are. My first thought was to look at asus. I found this one but dont know where it ranks compared to all the other offerings out there.
Thoughts/suggestions?
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=1253762&gclid=CMHvxunN780CFQYuaQod67QJWw&is=REG&ap=y&m=Y&c3api=1876%2C92051678882%2C&Q=&A=details
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My friend doesnt want to take the time to build a pc so he asked me what the best prebuilts are. My first thought was to look at asus. I found this one but dont know where it ranks compared to all the other offerings out there.
Thoughts/suggestions?
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=1253762&gclid=CMHvxunN780CFQYuaQod67QJWw&is=REG&ap=y&m=Y&c3api=1876%2C92051678882%2C&Q=&A=details

that 960 + i5 is a pretty decent combo. I'm guessing he already has peripherals such as mouse, keyboard, monitor? i'm hoping so because it would be quite difficult to get everything at that price point.

he could always add an SSD to it at a later point. It probably has some terrible PSU but i'm sure it will get by for a while.

As for other deals out there, i'm pretty much oblivious to the pre-built market. So any searching i could do would be the same as you doing it yourself.
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Ehhh now it is sold out after I posted it. Anything else out there comparable?
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Ehhh now it is sold out after I posted it. Anything else out there comparable?

http://www.ibuypower.com/
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I had one of those a long while ago and they put memory in it that wasn't on the approved mobo list so it gave me blue screens for months before I solved it myself. No thanks
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Just go with cybertron PC they are VERY reasonably priced, borderline build it yourself price, and the are way more reliable than cyberpowerpc, I hope this helped you
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Just get a console at that price. That is a peanut sized budget and better off with a console for that price. Move up to 1k then yeah you could get something decent.
post #8 of 10
i would not say that really, because if you go around $40 over 600 you can get a r7 360, and an i3 6100, which is a great performer for light gaming/editing, and being around budget is great! https://www.amazon.com/CybertronPC-Palladium-Gaming-Desktop-Dual-Core/dp/B01BFAW1ZU/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1468821314&sr=8-2&keywords=cybertronpc+i3 thumb.gif
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as luck would have it i was in the local bargain hut in town and they had a new open box asus m32cd skylake i5 and ddr4. snagged it tax and all for 285 out the door. added a evga 600w power supply and scored a evga gtx 960 2gb FTW edition from craigslist for 80 bucks the added 16gb of pny ddr4 ram. so far well under 500 bucks and i have an ok gamer. keep looking the asus m32s can be found for cheap
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Just get a console at that price. That is a peanut sized budget and better off with a console for that price. Move up to 1k then yeah you could get something decent.

5-600 gets you a lot more these days in a pre built.
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