I'm new to building PC's and I've been screwing around with PCPartPicker for awhile now.
So far I've got this; http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1yaBs
My budget is $950 (excluding tax), and I need to find some way to lower the price of the build I have right now without suffering too much loss in performance (I still need to get a keyboard, mouse, and wireless network card).
Could someone help me out? Give me some suggestions?
Yeah, the card will be $20 and with the mouse and keyboard I'll probably be throwing in another $50. However, the build I posted is $20 over my budget already (I can't include the mail-in-rebates as discounts, because I won't be able to get that money until after I buy the pieces).
That's $70 over, and $950 is stretching it for me already :[
Looks fine but a comment on about cheap cases. I got a 50 dollar case for my build and within a year I already had the front USB 3, audio port and 1 case fan die on me already. You get what you pay for. --- We're Americans! We don't quit just because we're wrong. We just keep doing the wrong thing until it turns out right.
Looks fine but a comment on about cheap cases. I got a 50 dollar case for my build and within a year I already had the front USB 3, audio port and 1 case fan die on me already. You get what you pay for.
Alright, well I switched over to the Phantom 410 for my case now. So that should actually hold out, right?
Besides that, I'm only left wondering if the motherboard I picked is good for my build... Maybe it's just because I'm only shelling out $50 for it, but is there any problem with the one I picked? It has everything I need to hook up the parts I'll be getting, but it's still bugging me.