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Building my first computer for gaming!

DustyTrails

62 months ago

Hey everybody! Go ahead and call me Dusty, and I'm a big PC gamer but unfortunately I've always played on a kinda crappy laptop. Now that a lot of new games don't even run and I'm now working a part-time job, I'm saving up for a computer! My budget isn't that big (part-time joooob), so like the $500 to $800 range. I threw together a build and my friend said the computer looked pretty solid, but I wanted a second opinion... Or third, or fourth, or fifth, or sixth, or seventh... But yeah! Tell me how it looks, or how I could improve it while staying in that same price range. And suggestions for extra stuff like monitors, keyboards, and mice would be appreciated too. :D

And, ah... How do I put in the parts list so it lists the parts and it isn't just a link?

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/DMdnwP

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  • 62 months ago
  • 2 points

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/LwJbdC It has a way better gpu and I believe a tier 1 psu which was cheaper than the one you had. Other than that its decent

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