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ok i no i posted a post about this kinda already but this is slightly diffrent. im just wondering what specs do i need in a pc? i want a pc that can play starcraft 2 on high settings(or medium) and not slow down for €1,000 or less

p.s i found this website that sells modded pc's(http://www.custompc.ie/index.asp) but dont know if its legit

asked Jan 10 '12 at 18:53

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anyone have any idea or have a gaming pc

answered Jan 11 '12 at 13:08

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Well, the cheapest way to get a gaming PC is to build one yourself. And you can definitely build yourself a pretty decent one for €1,000. My PC, which is a couple of years old now, cost $800 to build. It uses a q6600 quad core, a Radeon 4850 for graphics , and has 8 gigs of RAM. By no means is top of the line, but it can still handle most recent games fairly well on high settings.

Are you comfortable building your own system? Or do you want to get a prebuilt one?

answered Jan 11 '12 at 13:51

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nope =/ not att all id screw it up

(Jan 11 '12 at 17:23) planetpatrick2 planetpatrick2's gravatar image

Here's something I picked out: http://secure.newegg.ca/WishList/PublicWishDetail.aspx?WishListNumber=18219685. Plenty of power to play pretty much every game out there, even BF3, on pretty high settings. It all comes out to around $1100 CAD, which is about €850.

Hope this helps.

answered Jan 11 '12 at 16:03

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cool :) il have a look. hope they deliver to Ireland =P

(Jan 11 '12 at 17:23) planetpatrick2 planetpatrick2's gravatar image

dam no good cant build =/

(Jan 11 '12 at 17:24) planetpatrick2 planetpatrick2's gravatar image

Have you ever built a LEGO set? Building a computer is just as easy, it's just bigger and more useful, haha. I'm sure you could build it. Plus, it's much cheaper to pick the parts and build it yourself rather than buying a pre-built PC.

(Jan 11 '12 at 19:21) MrAnthology MrAnthology's gravatar image

id get confused which wire goes where that why i wanna buy pre built

(Jan 12 '12 at 12:57) planetpatrick2 planetpatrick2's gravatar image

just google a few how to build a pc. Its quite easy.

(Jan 12 '12 at 17:00) James161324 James161324's gravatar image

Every component has a different cable. It's impossible to get them mixed up unless you're using a motherboard with an 8-pin CPU power connector with a video card that uses an 8-pin connector as well. Usually there's one 24-pin motherboard connector, one 4-pin CPU connector, 2 SATA connectors, one 6-pin PCIe connector, and a few front-panel connectors. If you were to buy the parts from the link I sent, you'll have to use one 24-pin and one 4-pin for the motherboard and CPU, two 6-pin PCIe connectors for the video card, and one SATA cable for both the blu-ray drive and the hard drive. You can't mix up which cable goes where, they're each completely different.

(Jan 12 '12 at 19:11) MrAnthology MrAnthology's gravatar image

ok :P i shall check it out, was looking at part and it seem more expensive to build

(Jan 13 '12 at 16:11) planetpatrick2 planetpatrick2's gravatar image
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