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johnny87

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want to buy a new gaming PC for about £850 chosen this site Build your box more or less put a pc together and chosen AMD bulldozer FX 6100 CPU, 8GB DDR3 RAM and a ATi HD 6870 1GB and that come to £757 what should i spend the extra £90+ on upgrading? Main thing ill be doing is gaming. Some work aswell.

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tomlo53

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tomlo53

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There are many games for you i hope you can enoy these game to much and also you may contain a great fun...

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thecraigyo

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ive just bought

Intel Core i5 2500k Quad Core 6M Cache 3.30 GHz,
12GB DDR3 Corsair 1600 single module x3,
1155 ASROCK Z68 PRO 3 - Z68 chipset - 4 x DDR3 2133 - Gig Lan - SATA 2 & 3 - USB 3 & 2,
2000Gb SATA Hard Drive SATA 3,
No Secondary Hard Drive,
DVD+/- RW - 24X (Pioneer DVR-S19LBK),
ATI HD 6670 1024MB PCI Express DDR DVI,
CiT Vantage Black Midi Gaming Case HD Audio Black Interior 4 Fans Card Reader No PSU,
CORSAIR CMPSU-650TXUK,
Manufacturer Supplied Cooler,
CREATIVE OEM SB X-FI XTREME AUDIO PCI,
No Speakers,
18.5 Inch LG DVI E1940-PN 5MS widescreen,
BCL Keypad and mini-optical mouse kit,
Windows 7 Home premium 64 bit,

from cougar extreme £855

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thecraigyo

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Cougar Extreme seens alot cheaper you could et the top end Bulldozer and it still would cos 800

i was going to et the bulldozer untill i did hours of research the i500k blows ir out the water for gaming

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thecraigyo

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AMD Bulldozer FX 8150 3.6 GHz 8MB 8MB socket AM3+ 125W,

8GB DDR3 Corsair 1600 single module x2,
ASROCK 970 EXTREME 3 - 4* DDR3 2100 - GLAN - USB 3.0 - ESATA - X-Fire,
1000Gb SATA Hard Drive SATA 2,
No Secondary Hard Drive,
DVD+/- RW - 22X Samsung SATA,
1024Mb GTS450 PCI ExpressNvidia DDR DVI DX11,
CiT Vantage Black Midi Gaming Case HD Audio Black Interior 4 Fans Card Reader No PSU,
CORSAIR CMPSU-650TXUK,
Manufacturer Supplied Cooler,
CREATIVE OEM SB X-FI XTREME AUDIO PCI,
No Speakers,
23.6 Inch Cougar Extreme 5MS widescreen,
BCL Keypad and mini-optical mouse kit,
Windows 7 Home premium 32 bit,

£857 cougar extreme

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Starfox

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You won't go far wrong with a pc from Cougar Extreme. Had mine for seven years now and still faultless.

All the best.

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Armchair

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*ATI HD 6670 1024MB PCI Express DDR DVI, *

*1024Mb GTS450 PCI ExpressNvidia DDR DVI DX11, *

Both poor choices for a gaming PC imo.

*12GB DDR3 Corsair 1600 single module x3, 1155 ASROCK Z68 PRO 3 - Z68 chipset - 4 x DDR3 2133 - Gig Lan - SATA 2 & 3 - USB 3 & 2, *

The motherboard supports dual channel RAM, so I don't see the logic of installing three RAM DIMMs on it.

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