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Anyone 'build' me a PC for around £600-700

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Anyone with more knowledge on computers than me help build me a pc by giving me links to all the stuff to buy with my cash, so i can just put it together, as I'm not too clued up on what's best etc. … Read More
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
Anyone with more knowledge on computers than me help build me a pc by giving me links to all the stuff to buy with my cash, so i can just put it together, as I'm not too clued up on what's best etc.

Thanks for any help
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Hmm try ebuyer for parts?
#2
MarzBarz
Hmm try ebuyer for parts?


Yeah i just looked but i really don't know which parts are best value and performance etc. i was a bit swamped with the choice :)
#3
whatsThePoint
Buy one already make by a company, it will be better and come with a warranty


Really? cos i've always been told that you get better value if you buy parts separately
if that's not the case, any places you can recommend?
#4
Before you start building make a list of what you do with a PC as this makes a massive difference to what spec you want ,List all the programmes you use and games you play then come back and someone will help you out ,:thumbsup:
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ALEXSHEFF92;6739912
Really? cos i've always been told that you get better value if you buy parts separately
if that's not the case, any places you can recommend?

cheaper to buy ready made. Mine was £260 and is amazingly quick (2.7ghz dual core, 4gb ram, 750gb hdd, win7 premium).

all depends what you want to do with it really.
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csiman
cheaper to buy ready made. Mine was £260 and is amazingly quick (2.7ghz dual core, 4gb ram, 750gb hdd, win7 premium).

all depends what you want to do with it really.


Want to share the supplier csi ? I'm thinking of buying a new one. :)
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hottoshop;6741088
Want to share the supplier csi ? I'm thinking of buying a new one. :)

its this one

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/485144/extra-value-pentium-dual-core-e5400

win7 bought for £42 a few months back but you can get it for about £60 now
#8
csiman
its this one

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/485144/extra-value-pentium-dual-core-e5400

win7 bought for £42 a few months back but you can get it for about £60 now


Thanks csi, will check it out, appreciated. :thumbsup:
#10
Cheers for your help everyone, i was hoping to get a PC good enough for gaming really

thanks for the link to overclockers, i've seen this one below

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=FS-030-OE

would i be able to easily put that in the following case at a later date or would it be easier/cheaper to just buy parts and put it in that case in the first place :s
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CA-160-LL

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