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I'm building a gaming pc that I can do every day thing also I want to get some games on steam. I already have a desk,keyboard,mouse and monitor so I just need to buy pc parts. Read More
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7m, 1w agoPosted 7 months, 1 week ago
I'm building a gaming pc that I can do every day thing also I want to get some games on steam. I already have a desk,keyboard,mouse and monitor so I just need to buy pc parts.
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7m, 1w agoPosted 7 months, 1 week ago
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#1
So what's your question?

If you're asking how to get one and the 400 in the title is your budget, then I'd advise building one. It's a pretty limited budget though if you want to play games at a high graphical level.

Check out http://www.logicalincrements.com for ideas on parts to budget, but remember you'll also need a monitor (or TV) if you've not got one, mouse, keyboard, Windows licence, etc.

Edited By: Darkeru on Dec 16, 2016 15:21
#2
http://www.ebuyer.com/735873-zoostorm-origin-desktop-pc-7260-3046

Windows key £10 from places like reddit, £60 or so for a second hand completely unstressed 750 TI, or splash out on a 1050 ti.

You'll need a better PSU for anything more meaty.

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Dec 16, 2016 16:29
#3
Darkeru
So what's your question?

If you're asking how to get one and the 400 in the title is your budget, then I'd advise building one. It's a pretty limited budget though if you want to play games at a high graphical level.

Check out http://www.logicalincrements.com for ideas on parts to budget, but remember you'll also need a monitor (or TV) if you've not got one, mouse, keyboard, Windows licence, etc.


thaks ans ye u am building one my self and I have monitors keyboard and mouse and desk
#4
jaydeeuk1
http://www.ebuyer.com/735873-zoostorm-origin-desktop-pc-7260-3046

Windows key £10 from places like reddit, £60 or so for a second hand completely unstressed 750 TI, or splash out on a 1050 ti.

You'll need a better PSU for anything more meaty.


thanks
#5
Honestly, mate look for some parts on eBay. I built a PC not including monitor for £320 ish and got some amazing deals, this was back in early 2014. For £400 now you can get some great stuff. Although if you are patient enough wait for Ryuzen, should make prices go down.
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Rid1
Honestly, mate look for some parts on eBay. I built a PC not including monitor for £320 ish and got some amazing deals, this was back in early 2014. For £400 now you can get some great stuff. Although if you are patient enough wait for Ryuzen, should make prices go down.


Thanks I have been looking on uk partpicker and
is is it decent?
https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/63DbTH
I also don't need any os.

Edited By: adamladocha on Dec 16, 2016 18:48: Misspelt
#7
I know its a bit of a lottery but you could look at parts in Amazon warehouse 30off 100 spend area.
If parts not as specified ask for return or discount.
#8
adamladocha
Rid1
Honestly, mate look for some parts on eBay. I built a PC not including monitor for £320 ish and got some amazing deals, this was back in early 2014. For £400 now you can get some great stuff. Although if you are patient enough wait for Ryuzen, should make prices go down.
Thanks I have been looking on uk partpicker and
is is it decent? https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/63DbTH
I also don't need any os.

I'd go with this instead: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/xfZHqk

It's an extra £50, but for your money, you get ~50% more processor power, 2x the RAM, an SSD rather than an old HDD (if you need bulk storage, add it later), and a comparable GPU with 4x as much VRAM. It drops a couple of unnecessary components (no point buying an aftermarket HS&F if you're not overclocking, no point buying an optical drive because it isn't 2005 anymore), but you'll not miss them.

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