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  3. I know nothing about building a pc but keep hearing it can be done for > $500
1 year ago#21
Is this what you're looking for?

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/killa666/saved/3sDY

I am not sure if you can record gameplay with it at 1080p but you can play most games on high/ultra at 60fps. (Youtube doesn't support 60fps videos, only 30).
1 year ago#22
you really are better off waiting.
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1 year ago#23
TimePharaoh posted...
Muintir posted...
Charlemagne08 posted...
> means greater than so yeh anything can be achieved over 500 :)


Not sure if serious cause the way I used the symbol is correct when doing greater/less than. Had I had put $500 on the wider side of > it would mean greater than


Uh....look at your title. That means "greater than $500"

gg basic math symbols


Yup.

You wanted to say can you build it for <$500.
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1 year ago#24
Muintir posted...
Charlemagne08 posted...
> means greater than so yeh anything can be achieved over 500 :)


Not sure if serious cause the way I used the symbol is correct when doing greater/less than. Had I had put $500 on the wider side of > it would mean greater than

By putting the $500 on the smaller side, you're saying it's smaller than the other side, i.e. the PC. So you're saying the PC is greater than $500.
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1 year ago#25
spend the $500 now on a great base which includes everything minus the graphics card.
once you get the remaining $500 then get a gpu and possibly SSD on top of it.
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1 year ago#26
Muintir posted...
Charlemagne08 posted...
> means greater than so yeh anything can be achieved over 500 :)


Not sure if serious cause the way I used the symbol is correct when doing greater/less than. Had I had put $500 on the wider side of > it would mean greater than


also uh... lmfao.

everyone knows that > is great than so in your case it would be " pc cost (greater than) $500 "

and < is less than, because < looks like a little "L" ...

not sure if trolling..
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1 year ago#27
Wolfandstein posted...
Is this what you're looking for?

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/killa666/saved/3sDY

I am not sure if you can record gameplay with it at 1080p but you can play most games on high/ultra at 60fps. (Youtube doesn't support 60fps videos, only 30).


That's very close to my build. Your over selling it. Most games med/high at 60. Few games, most older at ultra. But games like BF4 run like poop. Low/medium barely 55fps.

You can record with this no problem. I use elgato for console recording and dxtory for PC recording.
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1 year ago#28
http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/916373-pc/68352407
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