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#49 - I shanked a homeless guy because hoes keep stealing my tacos 11/05/2013 on Game time +1
#43 - thank you very much  [+] (1 new reply) 10/28/2013 on 20 PC's around the world +1
#44 - pentol (10/28/2013) [-]
#32 - i'm looking to get a gaming computer, nothing too fancy or exp…  [+] (9 new replies) 10/28/2013 on 20 PC's around the world +3
User avatar #47 - JariWeis (10/28/2013) [-]
You have to take a bit of serious thinking into this:
What do I want to do with my PC?
Only gaming and regular use? Or do you also want to do graphical / video editing tasks? (AMD / Intel) (CPU)

Do you want to multitask a lot? Or just a few things at a time? (AMD / Intel) (CPU)

Do you want a more realistic price/performance ratio and don't mind a bit of extra heat, power consumption and/or noise? AMD. If you don't want any of those three, Nvidia. (GPU)

Do you want to run a multiple monitor setup? Or not? (AMD / Nvidia) (GPU)

Also; never get a bad chipset.
AMD advised: 990fx / 890fx
Intel advised: Z87 / Z77

Also make sure the socket on your CPU is the same as the motherboard, and that you don't buy an Intel board with an AMD CPU or vice versa.

Counting for wattage for the PSU?
The TDP on items should be enough, (mentioned at GPU's and CPUs') even though AMD has max TDP mentioned and Intel average TDP (add 20watts to an Intel CPU's TDP to be safe)

1 120mm Fan: ~12W(high rpm + LED)
SSD: ~20W
HDD: ~25W
RAM: ~5W (per module, 4x4 GB of RAM = 4x5W)
#41 - pentol (10/28/2013) [-]
logicalincrements.com is an excellent site to decide on builds.
you ARE putting one together yourself, right? you're not a dirtyt causal, are you?
you know what casuals who can't build their own PC get?
they get empty bank accounts and bottlenecked pre-builts.
User avatar #63 - fierceark (10/28/2013) [-]
Damn. thank you my good sir, I'm gonna be using this site to set up my own PC soon
#59 - anon (10/28/2013) [-]
every computer is bottle necked though, there is no way around it. Games need a expensive with any processor, at least an high end i3(high end i3 lol)
#45 - fcrocker (10/28/2013) [-]
Cheers man, I'm also looking to build a PC over Christmas, that should prove pretty useful.
#57 - pentol (10/28/2013) [-]
yeah, it's updated frequently, and seems to have a "no bullshit" policy.
#43 - Zomygoodness (10/28/2013) [-]
thank you very much
#44 - pentol (10/28/2013) [-]
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#88 - White Red 04/11/2013 on Wolf Time +5
#4 - Picture 04/08/2013 on no no no not today 0
#1 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 03/25/2013 on my big black daddy in a... +1
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#36 - Picture 03/21/2013 on Pretty accurate I'd say. +4
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