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User Info: turtleninja89

turtleninja89
3 years ago#1
hello all my budget is $500, this is my first attempt at building a pc, my goal is to have it as a gamesystem/ music production. mostly gaming and getting into code.

any help would be appreciated.

User Info: OrangeWizard

OrangeWizard
3 years ago#2
http://www.logicalincrements.com/

See also: The PC Hardware board
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User Info: turtleninja89

turtleninja89
3 years ago#3
thanks wizard now im on the right path

User Info: Nicodimus

Nicodimus
3 years ago#4
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1SspX

Does not include monitor, KB, mouse, or OS. You're not going to get all that stuff for $500 unless you buy a used PC on craigslist or something.
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User Info: bsballa09

bsballa09
3 years ago#5
A gaming PC isn't really worth it if you're only going to spend $500 (if this includes things like Windows and a monitor). You should at the very least put in $750.
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User Info: turtleninja89

turtleninja89
3 years ago#6
i see $500 sint much since the past 40 mins off parts alone on newegg (ones i picked out) im past 500
and i did not even pick out graphic card nor ram. lol i see prebuilds for less the price but i really want to build this myself.

User Info: Rogziel2k

Rogziel2k
3 years ago#7
go with an AMD build FX 8 core or six core and motherboard...usually half the price of intel and if you are doing light gaming...consider an APU chip...

User Info: waggy4311

waggy4311
3 years ago#8
This build comes to $501. Have to cut corners but it includes the OS with the price (can switch to windows 7 if you prefer). Obviously not the best of the best, but it's within the budget.

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/waggy431/saved/2EfJ
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