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1100-1400 Gaming/Work Build

Geet

62 months ago

Hello wonderful people of PcPartpicker,

It is my first time building a computer for myself. I will be doing light gaming such as Battlefield, Shadow of Mordor, Far Cry 4 and some other action games. However in my spare time I will be enveloping myself in work in Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premier, Adobe Photoshop and FL-Studio. I have saved up from working part-time and am wanting to spend approximately 1100-1400 on a workstation/den. From a cursory reading and sight seeing in this website I have come up with some parts that I think will be alright for a build for my state. If you can recommend any changes or tips to improve this it will be very much appreciated. PS. Prices are in Australian however I have found amazon links that ship to where I live PS. I am 15 years old

4690kPrice- $209.99 Corsair Vengeance 8gb 1600mhz $76.75 Crucial-MX100 256gb$109.99 Gigabyte 970 4gb OC$349.99 Corsair 350d$99.99 MSI-Z97M-G43$119 Corsair CX 600$62 ASUS PB278Q 27-Inch$0- Dad Paying Total $1,027.71 Thank you!

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  • 62 months ago
  • 1 point

It would be more convenient if you put up the link. From what I see is kinda okay, though a HDD would make wonders.

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