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Sep 12, 2019
Hey everyone I was wondering if I could get some help I am wanting a solid pc that will run with good graphics. I’m not sure what I’m doing so I thought I would ask you all :) there are 3 gaming PCs that I am looking to buy the specs and prices are listed below

#1 $325

Intel i7 3770 CPU (Quad Core Eight Threads)

12GB Ram

RX 460 2GB Graphics Card



DVD Drive

USB 3.0


Windows 10 (Fresh, Clean Install)

Includes free mouse!

#2 $500 obo

Video card: Zotac 980 to

RAM: Corsair 16 gig DDR4

CPU: Intel i5

Corsair fans

Has LED lights in it

Phanteks case

#3 $400

CPU Intel i5-4590 3.30GHz (w/ stock Intel cooler)

RAM 8GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 1333MHz

GPU Gigabyte WindForce NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 2GB

Storage 128GB SSD

Motherboard MSI Z97 Gaming 5 LGA 1150

Power Supply Corsair CX600M (Modular)

Case NZXT S340 (Red)

OS Windows 10

Lmk what you think pls :)


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PCHF Member
Oct 8, 2017
Yeppoon, QLD, Australia.
sorry, but when you say 'solid pc' and 'good graphics' you can't then look at sub-$500 PC's with CPU's that are at least 5 generations old.
your gaming experience will suffer - there just isn't any other way that will pan out for you.

yes, you don't need to go overboard and most do but if you are talking gaming PC, you are talking $$$.
unless the games you intend on playing are the same vintage as your hardware.
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Sep 9, 2016
Agree with Bruce + will mention that it is not possible to safely advise you without knowing the full specs, only one of those builds includes the PSU details and knowing these is a must.
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