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How is this first time gaming pc for 700 dollars?

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2 years ago#11
Should have held out until you had more cash to get a better rig instead of being impatient and buying something like this.
2 years ago#12
Tony_Biggie_Pun posted...
Your case doesn't have front panel USB 3.0 ports

It actually has one, not sure why the pcpartpicker list says that, but I did let them know it was at least partially incorrect.
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2 years ago#13
30aught6 posted...
Should have held out until you had more cash to get a better rig instead of being impatient and buying something like this.


He had ~$700 and wanted to build a PC. His CPU is good and his GPU is good. There's nothing at all wrong with his PC.
2 years ago#14
Should be a decent rig.
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2 years ago#15
Don't listen to the haters, you skimped in all the right places. The only thing I would take issue with is that you didn't get a k processor, you may come to regret that. I know you may be thinking right now that that you don't want to bother with overclocking, but you also got an AMD card, which has excellent overclocking abilities, and that'll probably start tempting you sometime down the road.
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