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    Hi im here seeking advice for a pc i want to build my budget is 750$ to 800$ and i want this to include the monitor and keyboard and mouse can someone help me? thanks in advance

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    @JoeyCS,

    First question is, what kind of games are you trying to play? Some require more GPU and some require more CPU.
    I personally use a predator HELIOS 300 laptop as my primarily laptop since it has an i7 and GTX GC
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    Games like arma 3 gtav csgo sea of thieves games of that sort

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    See the following link. Covers the computer bit pretty nicely. I personally reccomend getting at leasy a 72 hz monitor.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/co...m_source=share

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    go with a amd build for it to be more cheaper so u can get other better things then dont cheap out on a power supply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loser View Post
    go with a amd build for it to be more cheaper so u can get other better things then dont cheap out on a power supply.
    For sure go AMD. AMD provides the best bang for your buck these days. For GPU, I would say probably a 1660 or 1660Ti, as those provide a nice value for the price. For your motherboard, I do not really know specifics, just be sure to get something compatible. Case is all personal preference, look at a lot of options and get what you think is the best. Also, like Loser said, be sure not to completely cheap out on a power supply, as you can even use your power supply later on.

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    I really dont know about pc parts so im kinda of in a pickle in this one

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    I think you're going to have a hard time fitting that budget WITH keyboard, mouse, monitor, etc. Here's a fairly "budget" friendly build that would be pretty solid for you https://pcpartpicker.com/list/j8Cs8M

    However, does not include those 3 things. Going to say this now - if you spend any less on parts than this, you'll be into fairly quickly needing an upgrade in a short period of time. Spend less now, pay more later. I do understand having a budget though.

    You could alternatively look for used monitors locally near you - could get some great deals like that. You could also try and find some of these parts used.
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    Backing down with Simon, be mindful of your peripherals.

    If you blow your entire budget on a new, advanced GPU and can only afford a cheap, old monitor you're really not going to get what you wanted out of the GPU.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    I think you're going to have a hard time fitting that budget WITH keyboard, mouse, monitor, etc. Here's a fairly "budget" friendly build that would be pretty solid for you https://pcpartpicker.com/list/j8Cs8M

    However, does not include those 3 things. Going to say this now - if you spend any less on parts than this, you'll be into fairly quickly needing an upgrade in a short period of time. Spend less now, pay more later. I do understand having a budget though.

    You could alternatively look for used monitors locally near you - could get some great deals like that. You could also try and find some of these parts used.
    ^
    I would check craigslist etc for parts etc

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