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2 years ago#1
Need to upgrade and don't want the hassle of building my own PC.

http://www.digitalstormonline.com/vanquish.asp
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2 years ago#2
Level 3 might be your best bet if you don't want to build.
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2 years ago#3
Sweet, thanks.
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2 years ago#4
It's not a hassle. It cost me $650 to build in August and I got an i5 4570 and a GTX 670. That's the stock CPU in the level 3 ($1059) model on the site and a better GPU than the GTX 760 in it.

You'd be saving hundreds of dollars just doing it yourself.
2 years ago#5
Or you could buy the parts and take it to your local mom and pop computer repair store to have them assemble the whole thing for you for 60-70 bucks.
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2 years ago#6
I live in NZ so it's a little harder for me to get parts, most of the stuff would probably come exclusively from Amazon and I'm not even sure what I'm doing.
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2 years ago#7
$1400 for a 770 and a 4670k?
I don't know where they're getting their crazy prices from, but that definitely seems high.
Edit: did some math, seems like it's a $~300 markup. Do these come with a monitor/M&KB/a bunch of crappy packin bloatware?
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