Need help buying a PC

  rhyskie120 11:12 04 Apr 14
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This is my first time buying a PC (always been a console person). Just wanted some help on buy a moderate gaming PC? I'm not a hardcore gamer, just somebody who enjoys playing them a few times a week. Could anyone point me in the direction or build me a PC with a price range of £600-750? Only looking for it to play most games on high? And that it can comfortably run the new Elder scrolls MMORPG?

Thanks for you help:)

  chub_tor 14:51 04 Apr 14

Chillblast Click Here are one of the most recognised names in the gaming business. Take a look at their site and then call them about your requirements and they will build you one to suit your spec and your pocket.

  rhyskie120 16:19 04 Apr 14

If i'm honest i'm completely clueless lol, I don't know anything about computers. So when it comes to looking at graphics cards, or motherboards etc i have no idea whats good and whats not. Just wondering if anyone has a sort of benchmark for me, to get me started within my budget:)

  iscanut 17:04 04 Apr 14

This one has been recommended by P C Advisor for a few months now. Comes in at just under £800. Worth a look. click here

  KoitKõrgnurm 17:25 05 Apr 14

I would like to know does these computer parts fit together: AMD FX X6 6300 ASUS MB AMD 760G/SB710
MSI Radeon R7 260x
DDR3 Kingston HyperX blu 4GB 1600MHz
Aerocool V3X Evil Black Edition Midi-Tower
SEAGATE ST500DM002 500GB 16MB 7200rpm
Corsair VS Series VS550 - 550 Watt
Experts, please say does these computer parts connect.
Thanks

  KoitKõrgnurm 17:25 05 Apr 14

I would like to know does these computer parts fit together: AMD FX X6 6300 ASUS MB AMD 760G/SB710
MSI Radeon R7 260x
DDR3 Kingston HyperX blu 4GB 1600MHz
Aerocool V3X Evil Black Edition Midi-Tower
SEAGATE ST500DM002 500GB 16MB 7200rpm
Corsair VS Series VS550 - 550 Watt
Experts, please say does these computer parts connect.
Thanks

  KoitKõrgnurm 18:57 05 Apr 14

Here is a list click here does these part connect please

Say

  Mr Mistoffelees 20:41 05 Apr 14

KoitKõrgnurm, you should start your own thread rather than hijack someone else's thread.

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