Compatibility with comp build components - NZ

January 31, 2011 at 21:47:31
Specs: Windows 7
I am attempting to assemble a fairly good quality computer which would be able to play games with reasonable ease (I would install win7) and yet be on a budget. I live in New Zealand, (a strange place with lots of sheep) and am trying to avoid shipping from other countries as it is too much of a hassle to return parts etc. As this is my first go at putting one together I feel the need for some of your seasoned advice. In particular whether my decisions are sensible and if the parts work well together eg avoiding a bottleneck as you guys call it (CPU too good for Graphics card etc). I am sticking with mostly one site for now, and would like to keep everything other than the graphics card limited to this site. If you wish to revise or suggest any changes please do, but it would be nice to keep it within reasonable price and please use the website for Paradigm PCs.
^^^Video Card (not paradigm PCs)^^^ if this is an incorrect card please tell me a suggestion and I can try to find it.
I used this calculator to work out the PSU I needed I hope I have the correct wattage.
The current cost equates to $1077.55NZD, please understand that this is my first attempt and it may look ridiculous to you, hence I apologise in advance.
Please help me, until I am sure that these are the correct parts for a decent fast PC that can game, I can't do anything!

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January 31, 2011 at 22:02:18
I suggest that you check out the articles at this site;

Scroll down to the various builds they have starting at $500 and up. They have the best lists and/reviews that I know about. The price comparison for the performance is really helpful in assisting on how to select what you might want in a new system. Good luck!.

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January 31, 2011 at 22:58:14
I have seen this but would rather leave the computer building combo as a last resort this is somewhat of difficulty as the products aren't all from, not to mention the specs I have configured are more what I want and appear better than the tutorials. However I do not know this and that is why I am asking! Thank you

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