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www.pccasegear.com

Can someone make me a cheap build with like an ati 5570 card? something very cheap that can be upgraded in the future ? (AU Sites only) Thanks

something that can play the cod series, sims3 and MMORPG'S that you download
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here this isnt bad you can cut costs on the case if u want
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I was thinking cheaper because im going to need to afford with it a monitor, keyboard, mouse and windows... which is like an extra $300 the one i have attached is what i might go with? can someone tell me if it all works together. i know its nothing great but its WAY better then what i have now and on youtube it shows many people with that card playing black ops maxed out which is what i really want to play even with med-high settings im good!

EDIT : changed the motherboard to this http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=14142
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What's your price range? I know the $730 configuration by Onions was too much. I glanced through your choices and noticed that the DVD burner is pretty expensive, usually they're around $25-35. I'm not familiar with the motherboard. I like this one more, plus it's a little cheaper. ASUS M4A87TD-USB3

Edit: I'm assuming you're limited to buying from this particular website. I looked through the DVD drives, looks like your choice is one of the cheapest.
Edited by moedank - 4/9/11 at 10:36am
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thats the cheapest one on that site! and australian computer parts are expensive compared to the US even though were above there dollar, i think. AND thanks for that mobo link i wanted that one but didnt know it would be cheap!

and i dont really have a budget i just want something cheap so i can get it earlier cause i got a job that pays about $10 an hour (im only 14) so its a good job for my age traineeship..
Edited by James2705 - 4/9/11 at 9:07pm
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I cannot recommend onion's board with that CPU, it is a cheap 3+1 phase VRM design and an extremely bad idea to use with a 125W 955
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You might need to save for an extra couple of weeks but its worth it. Depending on where you live you might be able save a few bucks buying from msy or centrecom (if you live in victoria). Even though you might think a 5570 is enough for what you want to play its really a better idea to spend a few extra now and save yourself the hassle and expense later. If you really can't afford it and you're near one of the msy's that covers clearence stock (I believe its the clayton branch for vic) then you might be able to grab a 5750 for $89 which would be a pretty decent deal as well without too much compromise.
Edited by smashblock - 4/10/11 at 1:45am
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