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Hello All, I was after peoples opinions on gaming systems. I would like to spend between 500-750 on a decent gaming system. Doesn't have to be the best in the world, but i figure i can get a… Read More
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
Hello All,

I was after peoples opinions on gaming systems. I would like to spend between 500-750 on a decent gaming system.

Doesn't have to be the best in the world, but i figure i can get a better deal through here than just buying from dell/Alienware etc.

Can anybody advise?

Thanks

T
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
where you from? and would you build one?
#2
Hi,

I'm from hampshire. Never built one before... I think i could but because my knowledge is a bit amatuerish i would literally need someone to list exactly what i would need to buy individually, then i could probably give a go at building one?
#3
either that or half decent pre-build?
#4
I know its a little less than your budget but I bought this a few days ago, just add a decent graphics card (and a psu if you need it), a HDD and a optical drive and your away http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/novatech-barebone-bundle-amd-ii-x4-640-3ghz-quad-core-4gb-ddr3-1333mhz-amd-760g/865436
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blowmybuzz
Hi,I'm from hampshire. Never built one before... I think i could but because my knowledge is a bit amatuerish i would literally need someone to list exactly what i would need to buy individually, then i could probably give a go at building one?

Well I dont mind listing components for you that you will need, Few questions though
1. Do you need a Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse & Speakers (If you dont have a monitor what size would you want)?
2. Have you got any computer bits already that you can reuse (E.G. DVD Drive)?
3. How much you really want to spend on it the best you can get for £500 or £750?
4. Do you want Blu-Ray?



Edited By: Chuckles1001 on Feb 03, 2011 20:57
#6
I would be very greatful of your help if your ok with doing that!

1) Do not need keyboard, monitor, mouse or speakers
2) I have a dell desktop computer, so i can rip out the dvd drive to that, other than that the computer itself is quite old so think most of the components would be outdated.
3) Best i can get for £750.00
4) If i can get blu-ray in with that price then yes.

Again thanks for your help

T
#7
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/pc/range/iconquer.html

609.90 squid...

But self building would get better spec

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