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New pc mainly for gaming

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Found 20th Oct 2007
Hi guys, looking for any help and advise you can give a non techie. The wife has given me the greenlight to buy a new pc but not being the technical type i aint really sure whats best. I have a budget of about £600 ( brownie points for the less i spend !!! ) and play games like Tiger Woods, medal of honour and battlefront. I don't want to mess up and get this wrong hence the plea to all you kind HUKD members out there who can help out an old non techie.
Cheers in advance :?

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Does that price include a monitor?

Would you be willing to pay a retailer to build and test the pc for you? ie [url]www.overclock.co.uk[/url]

Original Poster

Sadly it does include a monitor as the one i have is a 15in hp pavillion that has seen better days. I would be open to any suggestions coz as i said i don't want to get this wrong and be stuck with a fossil for the next couple of years. Whichever has the best value and performence then i don't really mind where i get it from. ;-)

Off the top of my head:

Case with PSU: £70
LGA 775 mobo and C2D cpu: £180ish
400gb hdd: £50
2gb ram: £50
gf8 gfx: £150
dvd-rom/hdd drive £25
22" lcd: £180

Total: £705

Make the cuts where your see fit

Have a gander on overclock

Original Poster

Cheers bud, appreciate the advise. I'll have a look on overclock and see what i can find. If not do you know if the dell xps 210 is any good ??

Original Poster

Thanks guys. All appreciated and gives me some homework for this afternoon. This is my first post and as I said being a non techie I just don't want to get this one wrong.
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