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PC building help

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#1
Looking to build my first PC. I do have to admit I get stuck when looking at a good video card and mobo to go with.

Right now I'm looking this i5-3570K

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116504

For a case.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147107

Now new egg gives me this combo when looking at the parts and looks pretty good

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBund...t=Combo.1069078


Also I'm guess SSD's are the new rage for gaming, but I'll hold out in that for now. Is there anything you would change or add?
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#2
If you like the case, stick with that one. Otherwise everything looks fine, but obviously you need a hard drive of some sort.


#3
Originally posted by Lactis:
Also I'm guess SSD's are the new rage for gaming, but I'll hold out in that for now. Is there anything you would change or add?
What a lot of people do, is they get a small SSD Drive, and use that for the installation of Windows, and files and other programs, then you have a large HDD to store your games and what not.

I've got a 120GB SSD, for Windows 7, and then a 3TB for everything else that I have.


#4
edited by ddp
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 17 Jan 2013 @ 13:42
#5
GTR35, open your own thread as per forum rules. post edited.
#6
Originally posted by emily66012:
Hallo guys,
Nice link shared. I want to buy a PC soon, and I'm looking forward to it to, but i don't know a good website to build a computer, i also want help on finding the perfect specs to run bf3 at more than 30 or 60 frames. Any help will be appreciated
I usually go to NewEgg to build the computers, but then look around on the web to see if I can find the parts for cheaper! So try out NewEgg and see how that works out for you!


#7
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#8
Okay thanks for reply's guys.
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