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Building A Gaming PC (Update)


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Update- So I've put together the list of what I want it came out to about $1700 Canadian. The big question is it worth it? 

Here is the list, just used the links because it was easier: 

 

 

 

I've been thinking about building a new pc lately and I want to spend around 1k on it. I've been looking around at what a few sites recommend and I'd like to know if anyone here is into gaming pc's and could recommend something. Also if you wouldn't mind take a look at the $1000 option on this site : http://newbcomputerb...september-2014/ I priced it out and it would be around $1300 in the end, let me know what you think and if that is worth the money.

Thanks 


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I barely know how to start and shut down my computer, I'm not good help with it.


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Bookmarking this topic so I can see the replies. Definitely looking into building one for myself as well!


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Looks like a decent build, wouldn't settle for a system without an SSD though.



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yeah i dont know much about computers.



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I barely know how to start and shut down my computer, I'm not good help with it.

You never shut down your computer, you're on it 24/7. ;)


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Looks like a decent build, wouldn't settle for a system without an SSD though.

Thats what i was wondering, is an SSD that big for a gaming pc? 



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I barely know how to start and shut down my computer, I'm not good help with it.

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Bookmarking this topic so I can see the replies. Definitely looking into building one for myself as well!

Let me know if you figure anything out, I'll do the same 



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Looks like a decent build, wouldn't settle for a system without an SSD though.

Thats what i was wondering, is an SSD that big for a gaming pc? 

 

 

Depends on what you play and how often you actually shut down your pc, but it really makes a massive difference when you boot your pc or load (big) games. 



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If you are looking to save money i'd recommend opting to not get the ssd or the cooler kit (the stock one is fine). Also that graphics card is much less then it says.


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Looks like a decent build, wouldn't settle for a system without an SSD though.

Thats what i was wondering, is an SSD that big for a gaming pc? 

 

 

Depends on what you play and how often you actually shut down your pc, but it really makes a massive difference when you boot your pc or load (big) games. 

 

I Assume for just runescape no SSD would be fine? and say i start it once  a day

 

If you are looking to save money i'd recommend opting to not get the ssd or the cooler kit (the stock one is fine). Also that graphics card is much less then it says.

Thanks 



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Looks like a decent build, wouldn't settle for a system without an SSD though.

Thats what i was wondering, is an SSD that big for a gaming pc? 

 

 

Depends on what you play and how often you actually shut down your pc, but it really makes a massive difference when you boot your pc or load (big) games. 

 

I Assume for just runescape no SSD would be fine? and say i start it once  a day

 

Sure, you'd be fine. I just loved how much of an edge it gave me playing games like BF4 (done loading the maps before most others and such). 



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I've also been looking to build me one for ~1500, preferably a lap top but I have no idea where to start...


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Looks like a decent build, wouldn't settle for a system without an SSD though.

Thats what i was wondering, is an SSD that big for a gaming pc? 

 

 

Depends on what you play and how often you actually shut down your pc, but it really makes a massive difference when you boot your pc or load (big) games. 

 

I Assume for just runescape no SSD would be fine? and say i start it once  a day

 

Sure, you'd be fine. I just loved how much of an edge it gave me playing games like BF4 (done loading the maps before most others and such). 

 

I am interested in BF4, a good SSD is around $200 correct? 



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I've also been looking to build me one for ~1500, preferably a lap top but I have no idea where to start...

Pretty much the same as me, I'm curious though why a lap top? 



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Looks like a decent build, wouldn't settle for a system without an SSD though.

Thats what i was wondering, is an SSD that big for a gaming pc? 

 

 

Depends on what you play and how often you actually shut down your pc, but it really makes a massive difference when you boot your pc or load (big) games. 

 

I Assume for just runescape no SSD would be fine? and say i start it once  a day

 

Sure, you'd be fine. I just loved how much of an edge it gave me playing games like BF4 (done loading the maps before most others and such). 

 

I am interested in BF4, a good SSD is around $200 correct? 

 

 

I believe a 256 GB SSD is about 130 dollars apparently (Crucial/micron MX100, the Samsung EVO series is pretty good too, but a little more expensive). For about 210 dollars you can get a 512 GB version. Quite affordable, when I build my PC I spend like 130 dollars on a 128 GB version (look to upgrade now..).

 

I think they're worth the money because the significantly improve your systems speed. 

 

EDIT: I do suggest you get an SSD larger than 128 GB. You're going to want to install most (if not all) of your software on there and Windows + BF4 alone are probably going to take up ~70 GB of the drive already. I suggest you get an 256/512 GB SSD and a small HDD (0.5-1 TB?) to store media and such. 


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Looks like a decent build, wouldn't settle for a system without an SSD though.

Thats what i was wondering, is an SSD that big for a gaming pc? 

 

 

Depends on what you play and how often you actually shut down your pc, but it really makes a massive difference when you boot your pc or load (big) games. 

 

I Assume for just runescape no SSD would be fine? and say i start it once  a day

 

Sure, you'd be fine. I just loved how much of an edge it gave me playing games like BF4 (done loading the maps before most others and such). 

 

I am interested in BF4, a good SSD is around $200 correct? 

 

 

I believe a 256 GB SSD is about 130 dollars apparently (Crucial/micron MX100, the Samsung EVO series is pretty good too, but a little more expensive). For about 210 dollars you can get a 512 GB version. Quite affordable, when I build my PC I spend like 130 dollars on a 128 GB version (look to upgrade now..).

 

I think they're worth the money because the significantly improve your systems speed. 

 

EDIT: I do suggest you get an SSD larger than 128 GB. You're going to want to install most (if not all) of your software on there and Windows + BF4 alone are probably going to take up ~70 GB of the drive already. I suggest you get an 256/512 GB SSD and a small HDD (0.5-1 TB?) to store media and such. 

 

Alright thank you for all the help I really appreciate it 



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That's cool, let me know if you need something else. I'm by no means a specialist, but I know a thing or two.



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I've also been looking to build me one for ~1500, preferably a lap top but I have no idea where to start...

I don't know but I've always been against gaming on a laptop...


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