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Cheapest Gaming PC COst, please Help

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
I want to build a very Cheap Gaming PC, please Kindly advise and if pssible links to specific components will be appreciated. I have a very terrible problem of choosing stuffs for myself.

Componets am looking for are mainly

mobo
processor or (bundle of both)
fan
heatsink
case+PSU
ram.

I need a silent case. But please put in mind the the driving factor is cost.

Cheers
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Can you answer a couple of questions to help people help you?

1) Do you have a maximum budget you are willing to go to
2) What kind of games are you wanting to play and at what graphics levels? Do you want everything maxed out?
#2
Tatey
Can you answer a couple of questions to help people help you?

1) Do you have a maximum budget you are willing to go to
2) What kind of games are you wanting to play and at what graphics levels? Do you want everything maxed out?


Not necessarily maxed out, just to be able to play the games with reasonable speed with no lagging or freezing. I ll love to play crisis, I bought one a while ago and I have not been able to play it once. budget £200 excluding the graphics card.
#3
With that budget i really dont think your going to get anything too powerful, meaning that you will be playing crysis on very low settings.
#4
its possible using older but still powerfull components
#5
muffin247
its possible using older but still powerfull components


please show me the way.:thumbsup:
#6
an amd with a cheap decent mobo 2gb ram which is about £25 u could just about squeeze a decent pc for £200 which u said excludes the gfx
ill have a look around for u in a bit
#7
I have an AMD64 x2 4800+ if you decide you want to go the amd route i will open my thread back up
#8
socket am2?
#9
muffin247
an amd with a cheap decent mobo 2gb ram which is about £25 u could just about squeeze a decent pc for £200 which u said excludes the gfx
ill have a look around for u in a bit


I ll Appreciate if you can do just about that.

Cheers
#10
muffin247;1538177
socket am2?

yup
1 Like #11
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-072-OC&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=813 some ram like this £35
AM2 Socket 4600+ upwards £50
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134571£55
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/113844 mobo like this £56
generic case with psu £20
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=340993&source=froogle heatsink £12
that was just a quicky and obviously u can shop around for prices but that will play games at decent settings providing u get a decent card to go with it
i recommened ati x1950pro but if u look on avforums computer section some bargains do come up such as a x1950XT and x1900XT for £70 or so
so that roughly is £180 but shop around and mix and match to suit yourself
#12
muffin247
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-072-OC&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=813 some ram like this £35
AM2 Socket 4600+ upwards £50
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134571£55
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/113844 mobo like this £56
generic case with psu £20
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=340993&source=froogle heatsink £12
that was just a quicky and obviously u can shop around for prices but that will play games at decent settings providing u get a decent card to go with it
i recommened ati x1950pro but if u look on avforums computer section some bargains do come up such as a x1950XT and x1900XT for £70 or so
so that roughly is £180 but shop around and mix and match to suit yourself


Thanks and reped.
#13
I have a AM2 4800+ for £45 del if your interested i will take it to the FS/FT Forum....LMK
#14
muffin247;1538353
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-072-OC&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=813 some ram like this £35
AM2 Socket 4600+ upwards £50
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134571£55
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/113844 mobo like this £56
generic case with psu £20
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=340993&source=froogle heatsink £12
that was just a quicky and obviously u can shop around for prices but that will play games at decent settings providing u get a decent card to go with it
i recommened ati x1950pro but if u look on avforums computer section some bargains do come up such as a x1950XT and x1900XT for £70 or so
so that roughly is £180 but shop around and mix and match to suit yourself


Are you not missing a vital component there?
What about hard drive? I find my computer will just not run without one!
#15
hahathe op hasnt specified they need one so maybe they have one lyng around with thier data on so they will use that ? not sure
#16
muffin247;1538726
hahathe op hasnt specified they need one so maybe they have one lyng around with thier data on so they will use that ? not sure

Ahh true, I certainly hope so or the budget is gone!
#17
harlzter
Are you not missing a vital component there?
What about hard drive? I find my computer will just not run without one!


Already have 500Gb in my existing comp. Thanks anyway.
#18


The voltage for the ram says 1.9-2.0 while the mobo specs says it supports 1.8v ddr2 dimms, is this gonna work together.

Cheers
#19
yes the reviews state it will take ocz fine
this pc will play games fine might even build it myself as i have spare 250gb hard drives and a 7900gt lol
but waiting hopefully for a vostro
#20
i have a ATI RADEON X1800XT if your interested it can run crysis on medium providing your other componants dont suck, im asking 45 for it.

let me know if your interested, via pm and post please.

cheers

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