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Build Me a Gaming PC

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mitche2006, Oct 26, 2006.

  1. mitche2006

    mitche2006 Private E-2

    Hello, i'm lookin' for a Gaming PC,
    i have a budget of £450 and i don't know what to exactuly buy, im having trouble in which to buy.
    could someone list hardware components in which i will need.
    E.g the following;
    Grapics Card
    Gaming Case
    And any others that you may suggest to have. and also could you leave the website links to these products which are within the UK.
    I will be much greatful if some one could help me out here, Mitch
  2. kjanz

    kjanz Corporal

    my suggestion,

    cruise e-bay and get an idea of how these gamers are built and their price.
  3. theefool

    theefool Geekified

    Greetings and welcome to MajorGeeks!

    With that small of a budget, not sure what kind of gaming machine you are looking for. More of a casual gaming machine, from the price tag.

    What is a local website that you frequent to buy stuff in the UK?
  4. mitche2006

    mitche2006 Private E-2


    Also i can get VAT FREE, so you don't need to include the VAT
  5. nitecrawler

    nitecrawler Guest

    To enter the gaming world i would want a high cal. dual core with at least 1 gig of DDR2!
    A nice chunk of video card and some pretty decent cooling i reckon....

    Usually more than your prescribed budget but still attainable!!

  6. viper_boy403

    viper_boy403 MajorGeek

    core 2 duo processor (E6300 or 6600, they are the cheapest)
    7900GS or x1800XT video card
    Corsair, Patriot, or Crucial DDR2 (at least a gig)
    Good PSU (Antec or OCZ, 500W minimum)
    Western Digital or Seagate hard drive (250gigs is only about $80USD)
    Pretty much whatever case u want
    dont forget about disk drives (dvd/dvd-r drives are most common)


    proc: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/112706

    video card: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/116421 or http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/116149

    RAM: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/92870 or http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119272

    PSU: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/102953
    Hard drive: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/115418
  7. DrynnlX

    DrynnlX Private E-2

    Here's one, well in your budget:

    Socket 754 Sempron 3000+ - £53 - www.scan.co.uk
    1 x 1GB PC3200 DDR RAM - £51 - www.scan.co.uk
    Gigabyte GA-K8NE Motherboard - £47 - www.scan.co.uk
    Gigabyte GV-NX68G256D-B Graphics Card - £136 - www.scan.co.uk
    80GB EIDE Maxtor Diamond Max Plus 9 - £33 - www.scan.co.uk
    LG 16x Black DVD-ROM - £13 - www.scan.co.uk
    Antec SLK1650 case inc. 350w PSU - £45 - www.savastore.co.uk
    Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 Pro - £18 - www.vadim.co.uk

    What do you think?

    EDIT: please note that this is coming from an article made back in may, the system is a little old now. The prices will be lower now. Actually, Screw this, go with somebody else's recomendation.

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