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People here would guide you every step of the way to build your own gaming rig,
it's much cheaper and you get exactly what you want in the end, you have already made the best step towards owning a good computer in asking the members of ocn there opinion. gl dude
    
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MR-PC-1090T-50...ht_3135wt_1139

That pc you posted is to be onist not the best.. cpu ok for multi tasking but i say it wont last that long and the gpu would struggle on some games

i post a pc with a amd 1090t, its not really in a gaming case and it doesnt have dedicated graphics card but it will be future proof you could get a gpu later on or reuse the one you have
 
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MR-PC-1055T-50...ht_3483wt_1139

reasonable alrounder but older componants
 
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Same computer mate. Anyways i have that page saved =).

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BUDGET-CHEAP-3...#ht_2635wt_932

What would you say needs changing on that PC. I know you mentioned the GPU, what would you change it to?

At the moment thats looking like the best option as its cheap, with the rest of my budget i could change a few things.
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Originally Posted by Benn View Post
Same computer mate. Anyways i have that page saved =).

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BUDGET-CHEAP-3...#ht_2635wt_932

What would you say needs changing on that PC. I know you mentioned the GPU, what would you change it to?

At the moment thats looking like the best option as its cheap, with the rest of my budget i could change a few things.
well the gpu i will be getting is a gigabyte 450gt oc because i am not a heavy gamer... it depends on your needs... folding and heavy gamers need a power gpu while htk need alot of memory ect ect just have alook around and think about what you will use it for how long you want it to last and look at prices and reviews off gpus
 
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post #18 of 35
Don't forget the price of your Operating System, Monitor, Keyboard and mouse.

The last one you posted is nice but you can build better for less; if you don't buy the operating system with the computer from them all they will do is throw the parts in and plug things in.

Once parts are in hand this takes less than an hour and it's not hard...honestly you should look into building your own or have someone you know who can do it for you.

It will save you the hassle of trying to get parts RMAed after buying a prebuilt on ebay or having a bad stick of ram a week after you fire it up and trying to get it handled by an ebay seller.

Anyone can assemble hardware if you aren't afraid of trying it. My 9 year old little brother has done it before with minimal guidance.

Whatever you choose you will more than likely be satisfied with unless something is wrong and it is prebuilt; that adds a layer of hassle if something is wrong. Good luck, happy Christmas as you say over the pond.
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post #19 of 35
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Originally Posted by Benn View Post
Ok ill take another look around see what i can find. Is everything else on that PC ok and easily upgradable?
what I would upgrade in it is the cpu, to a phenom II x4 and overclock it. You could also upgrade the video card if you get money later.

look at this one.

are there any other online stores that you can link here?
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what I would upgrade in it is the cpu, to a phenom II x4 and overclock it. You could also upgrade the video card if you get money later.

look at this one.

are there any other online stores that you can link here?
I have that computer saved in my favourites. Im not looking to overclock the PC, just want to play a few games here and there.

I have this gaming Case
http://us.ebid.net/for-sale/travr001...s-23803715.htm

If i was to build it myself could anyone suggest the parts. Budget 300-400.

Thanks ~Ben
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