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Unread 10-05-2013, 08:37 PM   #1
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hi guys sorry about the bad title, well i have deicided to build my own gaming computer on a 750 budget but i know a shop which sells really good parts at cheap prices so i needed to ask, what parts do i need to buy because i know my way around the basics but can someone tell me a list of things i need to build my own.

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OK, Check out this website:

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Every big online retailer has an online configurator. Check if the site where you want to get your parts from has one. Usually it tells you everything you need.
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What games are you going to be playing? That really depends on what parts I would recommend for you. If you're looking to get a more budget computer, then I'd recommend getting an AMD processor. They're much cheaper and you're still getting a decent quality processor.
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If you can't build a PC on your own and want to get a great configuration for gaming PC.Then Get a Dell Alienware. That is if you are OK with Branded PC's.
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If you can't build a PC on your own and want to get a great configuration for gaming PC.Then Get a Dell Alienware. That is if you are OK with Branded PC's.
thats what is was planning to do because theres one called the x51 and you could custom build from scratch and i had one perfect for my price range and they discontinued it
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thanks for your help guys, built it now and its running perfectly o every game ive got now, couldnt get some of the parts i was planning on getting though however i got the rest. so thanks guys
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Tell us more! Some specs for example. Also, tell us how much did it cost you.
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Tell us more! Some specs for example. Also, tell us how much did it cost you.
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8gb DDR3 ram
Nvidea GeForce GTX 660
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