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£200/$310 upgrade to a £300/$470 Gamer upgrade

jamesreid

62 months ago

http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/kWst4D

Trying to cover all my bases. Mainly built for mid range gaming, but getting it started as a home entertainment system is good at this stage i think. I'm pretty adament to not go over the £200 budget which is why my storage is so low. It's not too much of a big deal as im not one to hoard tonns of games. If i dont play it, I get rid of it. To put it in perspective, i am currently using 131 GBs and thats bloated to me.

One thing im not sure about is whether to keep the blue ray. Im currently using a 720p 32" tv as my monitor with no plans of changing it anytime soon. I have never seen blue ray... is this a massive waste of money? Is it paramount to have a 1080p monitor for Bue ray? or should i save £25?

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  • 62 months ago
  • 1 point

Only you can answer whether you intend to use/access Bluray discs frequently enough to justify costs.

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