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Which brand of gaming tower are best?


Viowithcrailtap

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Hi guys,

I'm looking at either buying a pre-built tower or building one (depending on costs etc).

Can anyone recommend any companies that make good gaming towers? I've had a look at chillblast and novatech but I don't know which is better or if there are any better ones than these.

My budget is around £800.

Hopefully something good can be bought for that

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Chronos the 2nd

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This is from my phone so I will be brief. Without a doubt Chillblast is better than Novatech. Should be able find something reasonable for your cash and will get back to you tomorrow when I am at my PC.

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ordep

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Yup, secomd that from Chronos. Chillblast is the way to go.

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Viowithcrailtap

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Is chilblast the best company for towers? I'm open to any suggestions.

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Chronos the 2nd

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It certainly has an excellent name but it would be difficult to say any company was the best.

You do not say whether your PC will require monitor/keyboard and mouse as this will obviously reflect on the price of the tower.

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Viowithcrailtap

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I have a monitor/ tv already at home (I bought this if I ever wanted to get a tower). The mouse and keyboard will be out of separate money to the tower.

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Chronos the 2nd

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Have look at this. Chillblast. Swap the graphics card for the GTX660Ti and the RAM for the Corsair PC3 12800 and you have a fair PC with plenty of scope for upgrading in the future.

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