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    Junior Diamond

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    Unhappy Help!

    HELP ME!
    I recently decided to purchase a new gaming computer, but I'm having trouble deciding of which one's are good or bad!
    Is this a good one? It seems freaking beast to me! My budget is around $1300

    http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/system/W...ga_Deal_Z87-I7

    If not, plz tell me if you found a better one or give me some tips of finding a good one!
    Thank you.

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    Awesome Diamond Member diamondgamers.net

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    I'd love to help but unfortunately I'm not very tech savvy... a few people on the forums would definitely be able to help though!

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    Junior Diamond

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    Thanks for informing me Demon!

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    Awesome Diamond Member diamondgamers.net Vengaboy's Avatar

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    I would suggest building your own. Start with a CPU and find compatible parts. This site is great for building your own and it shows you other peoples builds who used the same parts.

    http://pcpartpicker.com/
    "fat beezy"

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    Junior Diamond

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    I've actually considered doing that, but I know its a lot easier to buy one. I don't think I'm ready to take a step to building my own though. But I will look into that. Thank you Vengaboy!

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    Diamond Member diamondgamers.net

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    Way too expensive for what you get. Ill check around for something cheaper that gets the job done.

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    Yea, seems overpriced.
    Little tip, get the main components first. I.E.: Motherboard, CPU, Video card, maybe ram. Then just get a regular case and stuff like keyboard, mouse, hard drive.

    Remember, You can ALWAYS upgrade your computer later.

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    He i looking for a pre-built one because he doesn't want to have to build one.

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    Awesome Diamond Member diamondgamers.net Vengaboy's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by CEODrew View Post
    I've actually considered doing that, but I know its a lot easier to buy one. I don't think I'm ready to take a step to building my own though. But I will look into that. Thank you Vengaboy!
    It's a lot easier than you think but I understand if you don't feel ready. Look at the supercombos on Newegg. Sometimes they have builds that aren't a complete PC, just basic components they know work together (CPU/cooler, Mobo, GPU, power supply, case, RAM) and get a small discount. Then find everything else you want later (sound card, monitor, mouse/keyboard, speakers, etc) Find a CPU you want to work with and look at combos using that CPU. Do you plan to overclock hardware?

    I still suggest you build your own. You'll enjoy it more knowing you built it.

    Also, this might be worth a look - http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=745567
    "fat beezy"

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    Junior Diamond

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    I really don't want to overclock it, I feel its not really worth it!

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