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  • Forum Post: Building my first gaming PC. Need opinions on parts list, suggestions, etc.

    I've been a console gamer my whole life and I've never been one to care about a particularly powerful computer, but over the past year I've developed an interest in building my own gaming PC. i've assembled a very loose list of parts, and I was looking for everyone's opinion on them...
  • Forum Post: Help beefing up my rig

    So I bought this PC some time ago for a great price, http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03616482&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5331423#N1335. It handles everything I play pretty well, but I would like to get a dedicated card in this PC to get...
  • Forum Post: Switching over

    Dad took my Xbox away, so now I'm gonna get into PC gaming. I don't have a lot of money so what's a decent build for a laptop and how much will it cost me? When I say decent I mean I want to play as many games as smoothly as possible. My current specs
  • Forum Post: Need Help with First Build (Budget Gaming Build).

    I am currently planning to build a gaming PC, but this is my first build. I would like advice on this set up. I would also like to decrease the price (aiming for about $700). Another question I have is could I use this with a large flatscreen, or would I need a monitior. Build: http://pcpartpicker.com...
  • Forum Post: Re: First Gaming PC

    @poxopas I think I'd want to play on a 2560x1600 resolution. Could you please do more research on a video card setup that will be best suited for that type of resolution? Appreciate it.
  • Forum Post: Re: First Gaming PC

    @poxopas I'd prefer a top-notch, maximum performance gaming PC. I guess my budget would be around $2,000+, but I'd be willing to spend whatever it takes to have the best of the best.
  • Forum Post: Re: Mid-range PC building. Your opinion helps.

    It's okay on the links. I'm a master copy-paster. 700 is definitely lower than expected but I must admit it's quite impressive for what I'm seeing. It also gives me slack to purchase peripherals as you mentioned. Smart building, sir. It's nice that you found it all on Newegg and not...
  • Forum Post: Re: Mid-range PC building. Your opinion helps.

    I would just like to know what your budget is. I can whip up a whole rig in 10 minutes (probably) under a budget.
  • Forum Post: Mid-range PC building. Your opinion helps.

    I found this article with 3 different budget builds for a current market gaming desktop PC. I'm shooting for the mid-range because I want to play games like Starcraft II and Skyrim with ease. Here is the article. ( http://www.build-gaming-computers.com/gaming-desktop-computer.html ) What I'd...
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