Around 800-1000. I mean, I'll go over 1000 if I have to, but I don't really want to spend that much on a computer when I'm only a high school senior.
#12NicodimusPosted 10/18/2013 5:41:14 PM
See how that looks to you. Standard mouse and keyboard should work fine, but you can upgrade them eventually if you feel like it. --- Intel i5 4670K | Corsair 16GB DDR3 | Gigabyte GTX 770 4GB | ASUS 27" 1440p Corsair 480GB SSD | WD 4TB HDD | Fractal Design R4 | Corsair 750MX | Win7Ult 64
So the difference in this build is just cheaper mouse and keyboard? Jeez, those things are expensive. I heard that all mouses are fine for gaming and that the keyboard matters, so I think I'll get the mechanical.
So the difference in this build is just cheaper mouse and keyboard?
No, some of the prices changed overnight. However, mouse and KB are things that you can go cheap on for a while without hurting the performance of your PC. --- Intel i5 4670K | Corsair 16GB DDR3 | Gigabyte GTX 770 4GB | ASUS 27" 1440p Corsair 480GB SSD | WD 4TB HDD | Fractal Design R4 | Corsair 750MX | Win7Ult 64
don't forget, the price you have to shell out does not include the mail in rebate. The price for that build will cost you $1002. The final price is only if you and the company follows up with their rebates, hell you might even forgo the hassles of doing them.
$75 might look like a big chunk but look at how many you gotta send out, $5 here and there, $10 there.... you might think to yourself, its only $5, is it really worth the time.
Thats why I hate stuff with mail in rebates, its not a sale unless you go out of your way for it to be a sale. --- [This message was FORCEFULLY deleted by a moderator or administrator]
#18DrBeePhD(Topic Creator)Posted 10/22/2013 11:36:40 AM