Solved Gaming system with 600$

May 25, 2013 at 21:17:08
Specs: Windows 7
Hi. I just wanna buy a new system (just graphic card , CPU , ram , power supply ).i already have case and hdd .... I just need what I write above. So what can I choose with 600$. What I really want is to pick 300$ graphic card at least. So what's my options ?

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May 26, 2013 at 05:43:03
"Hi. I just wanna buy a new system (just graphic card , CPU , ram , power supply ).i already have case and hdd"

So I guess you're going to use the same motherboard? There's no way we can make suggestions without knowing the make/model/specs of the board.

"I have 480w power supply. Do you think it's enough?"

Is it a $15 480W PSU or a $100 480W PSU? We have no idea if it's capable of handling a gaming system without knowing the make/model/specs of the PSU.

Have a look at this: $600 Gaming PC



#1
May 25, 2013 at 22:45:29
Why do you believe you need to pick a video card that costs at least half your budget? What games do you want to buy. steal, or otherwise appropriate?

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#2
May 25, 2013 at 22:48:20
I wanna play games like crisis 3 at high quality

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#3
May 25, 2013 at 22:49:40
I have 480w power supply. Do you think it's enough?

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#4
May 26, 2013 at 05:43:03
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"Hi. I just wanna buy a new system (just graphic card , CPU , ram , power supply ).i already have case and hdd"

So I guess you're going to use the same motherboard? There's no way we can make suggestions without knowing the make/model/specs of the board.

"I have 480w power supply. Do you think it's enough?"

Is it a $15 480W PSU or a $100 480W PSU? We have no idea if it's capable of handling a gaming system without knowing the make/model/specs of the PSU.

Have a look at this: $600 Gaming PC


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#5
May 26, 2013 at 05:54:18
A system needs to be balanced, a cheap CPU, motherboard, memory, and power supply will not work well with a top end graphics card.
Wattage on a power supply means nothing alone since a cheap power supply will not deliver the kind of amperage a high end graphics card would need (as well as many other problems it will cause).
A lower end CPU will become a bottle neck and not let the graphics card perform at its best.
Poor quality or slower memory (or too little) will not help you either.
You do not mention purchasing a motherboard, but you do not mention what you have currently either. You need to list all of your components that you might use (in detail) again and you are going to have to roll back your intention to blow half of your budget on a graphics card, or vastly increase the budget to support a top of the line quad core CPU, appropriate motherboard and other components.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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