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Gaming Desktop PC £300-£400

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I'm looking for just a desktop in the £300-£400 range, although can go a little over. Has to have quad core, at least 4gb ram and HDMI input. Graphics card should be able to play latest games at med…
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
I'm looking for just a desktop in the £300-£400 range, although can go a little over.
Has to have quad core, at least 4gb ram and HDMI input. Graphics card should be able to play latest games at medium-high settings. Mainly using this for watching 1080p videos and gaming. Thanks in advance!
Edit: (can be without OS)
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Is that including OS? If so its not going to happen, you will have to make some compromise. If it's for gaming you need to be looking at least a HD 5750 which will eat up £100 of your budget. If I were spending this kind of money I would base it round an overclocked E6500 and 3gb of ram.
#2
Hi, yes you're right, although this is not including OS.
#3
Ninjax
Hi, yes you're right, although this is not including OS.


Chuck these numbers in Ebuyer. The should come in about £430 and should give you a decent all round rig once overclocked. 190258,174506,176157,152225,188958,143844,183979, 222310.

You may want to shop around a bit for better prices.
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GAVINLEWISHUKD
Chuck these numbers in Ebuyer. The should come in about £430 and should give you a decent all round rig once overclocked. 190258,174506,176157,152225,188958,143844,183979, 222310.

You may want to shop around a bit for better prices.


Not sure he intends to build the PC himself?
suspended#5
This looks alright to me, just an idea

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/168380
#6
jonny619447
Not sure he intends to build the PC himself?


I'm sure he can read or at least follow youtube videos!:)

The other advantages of self build is a better balancing of your system. You wont find low end PC's where the GPU is 25% of the price.

Also you tend to get longer warranties with a self build as components often come with between 2-5 years warranty. Also if upgrading you will get a better price for a boxed item.

jonny619447
This looks alright to me, just an idea

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/168380


Slow processor for gaming, no overclock ability and the graphics card is not good for gaming.
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GAVINLEWISHUKD
I'm sure he can read or at least follow youtube videos!:)

The other advantages of self build is a better balancing of your system. You wont find low end PC's where the GPU is 25% of the price.

Also you tend to get longer warranties with a self build as components often come with between 2-5 years warranty. Also if upgrading you will get a better price for a boxed item.



Slow processor for gaming, no overclock ability and the graphics card is not good for gaming.


Ok, well i tried, lol. I dont use my PC for gaming nowadays. prefer 360! :)
#8
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Chuck these numbers in Ebuyer. The should come in about £430 and should give you a decent all round rig once overclocked. 190258,174506,176157,152225,188958,143844,183979, 222310.

You may want to shop around a bit for better prices.


Am considering building it. Would those be all the parts I need? Will there be any screws or cables I'd need to get? Wonder what price those components would translate to in a readymade desktop. Would there be much of a difference? Lastly, if I chose a different component how would I know if it's compatible overall?
#9
I have my pc for sale/trade - ticks most of the boxes

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/696883/fs-quadcore-pc-4gb-ram-22-monitor-4

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