What PC should I get for skyrim + mods?

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User Info: SneakeySneaks

SneakeySneaks
4 years ago#1
My budget will be around $2,000 CAD, and I was wondering what I should get to run around 20-60 mods. I would be more comfortable if there was an option (like alienware, for one, has) to go on their website and customize one, instead of the intimidating task of literally "building" one as some of my friends have done.

I'm sorry if this is in the wrong place, if you can direct me to a better place to ask this (if available) I would appreciate it. Thanks!

User Info: Rikiaz

Rikiaz
4 years ago#2
Building one isn't all that bad, just look up some video tutorials and use common sense, if a part doesn't fit don't try to jam it in. It should be easy to pick out your parts.

Overall building one is your best bet. Alienware has quality computers but you'll pay more for the brand.
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User Info: agentspoon

agentspoon
4 years ago#3
Build a custom one.

For that money you could build a terribly powerful computer if you shopped around for your parts, at least in the UK you could.

Just chuck a friend 50 bucks to build it for you.
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User Info: PathlessBullet

PathlessBullet
4 years ago#4
Why are you asking on the 360 boards?
ADD, no. Where is the thread for Fallout OCD players?
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User Info: Nicodaemos

Nicodaemos
4 years ago#5
From: SneakeySneaks | Posted: 11/30/2012 3:35:32 PM | #001
instead of the intimidating task of literally "building" one as some of my friends have done.


Why don't you just ask them to help you?
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User Info: PathlessBullet

PathlessBullet
4 years ago#6
Pro-tip: Don't blow more than $1000 on a custom PC. Regret will follow if you do.
ADD, no. Where is the thread for Fallout OCD players?
"We have to keep it on page 3 or it freaks out."

User Info: agentspoon

agentspoon
4 years ago#7
From: PathlessBullet | #004
Why are you asking on the 360 boards?


This board is much more friendly than the PC board.

Those guys will tear people apart.
And some PC/Xbox users like me haunt these boards.
HOLY ****! What is this? Forged in Gods very flames! Do mine eyes tell me lies? A new Elder Scrolls game?
Time is nigh, I must fly, Venture forth on my quest!

User Info: SneakeySneaks

SneakeySneaks
4 years ago#8
Nicodaemos posted...
From: SneakeySneaks | Posted: 11/30/2012 3:35:32 PM | #001
instead of the intimidating task of literally "building" one as some of my friends have done.


Why don't you just ask them to help you?


Online friends, I mean. I guess I could get some to possibly help, though.

User Info: SneakeySneaks

SneakeySneaks
4 years ago#9
PathlessBullet posted...
Pro-tip: Don't blow more than $1000 on a custom PC. Regret will follow if you do.


Could you be any more specific?

User Info: GriffRoberts

GriffRoberts
4 years ago#10
You can find everything you need with a budget of $1000. Ask the PC boards.
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