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Gaming Suggestions?

Discussion in 'Game Talk' started by DecisiveDolphin, Jan 19, 2015.

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  1. DecisiveDolphin

    DecisiveDolphin New Member

    I plan to buy a PC, because I currently am using a mac. Yuck, I know.

    Anyway give me the cheapest suggestion you've got, and I'll give you love. ;)
  2. Hasuuka

    Hasuuka New Member

    How much Are You ready to pay? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
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  3. DecisiveDolphin

    DecisiveDolphin New Member

    I'd say my budget is around 100-800. I'm only 15, so minimum wage isn't getting me anywhere fast. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
  4. sm00thh

    sm00thh New Member

    I wuld say build your own pc but yeah ;/ build-in pc's kinda suck ;(
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  5. DecisiveDolphin

    DecisiveDolphin New Member

    Then I guess it's time for me to learn how to build one. Haha.
  6. Jackimooz

    Jackimooz New Member

    Ask a friend if he/she knows how to build them, and then try to find some used hardware online, if you really want some power for your money! But 800$ should get you a fine machine, even if the hardware you're buying is new. But you won't be running BF4 at Ultra 60+ FPS for 800$. At least not in my country :D - Unless you buy used hardware, as I mentioned earlier ^^
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  7. DecisiveDolphin

    DecisiveDolphin New Member

    I'll look for a friend! Thanks dude! I mainly play open world MMO's or RPG's, so I don't need anything too godly. You're awesome! :D
  8. Territory

    Territory New Member

    Check out anandtech.com for hardware ratings and benchmarking. No better website out there.
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  9. for 450$ you can make a great gaming pc
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  10. Carn4ge

    Carn4ge New Member

    Allways build one yourself. It's way cheaper and also fun to do!
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  11. geoworldRedwood676

    geoworldRedwood676 New Member

    Building a gaming PC is a fun project. If you know someone who's built one, I'm sure they'd be happy to help you. I know I'd love to help any of my friends build one. It's satisfying to put something like that together, and then get it working.
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  12. DrunkenPhysics

    DrunkenPhysics New Member

    I built my gaming PC about 2 years ago now. It was a fun project, I didn't know anyone who had done it before and I spent a lot of time online researching all the different parts to make sure I was buying the best parts I could. I received a lot of advice from communities like this one on the correct parts too.

    You'll get a better machine by buying parts separately and doing it yourself than if you bought it pre-built. When it came time to putting it all together I stuck a youtube tutorial on and went to work, a couple of hours later I was done and installing the OS.

    It's not as difficult as it first seems and there's a strong feeling of pride when you load up the first game on a computer you've put together.
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  13. Senseimatt

    Senseimatt Member

    Throw some SSDs on it. Just be careful with building your own PC. You'll discover how easy it is to make upgrades and it won't even become a machine to play games anymore, but rather a beast to make benchmarks.:eek:
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  14. Kaiserwolf

    Kaiserwolf New Member

    always remember: amd sucks... intel+nvidia ftw!
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  15. TheJewDude

    TheJewDude New Member

    NewEgg if you want to build it
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  16. I have gotten really big into smite at the moment, and having played Dota and LOL, i prefer it due to the third person aspect. Stated to play in smite leagues and am enjoying it loads!!!
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  17. Scarred_star

    Scarred_star New Member

    Building your own PC is easier than ever and it also giving you skills you can use in lots of potential careers. Just buy what you can afford, your brain is going to tell you that you need an i7 because thats the higher number but build around your budget.
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  18. DecisiveDolphin

    DecisiveDolphin New Member

    Thank you!!!
  19. DecisiveDolphin

    DecisiveDolphin New Member

    hanks for the tip! :)
  20. DecisiveDolphin

    DecisiveDolphin New Member

    It'd feel so rewarding! haha.
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