£700 Computer Build

Discussion in 'Desktop Computers' started by shawy14, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. shawy14

    shawy14 New Member

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    Hey, Im looking to build a gaming computer for about £700. ( £800 if i have to push it ). Can you please help me becuase I not that gd at picking decent parts. I am gd at building the computer ( not to be big headed ). If you can will you please get the parts from a english website. Also Intel please AMD suck at the moment.

    BTW I only need the tower i have everything else

    Thanks

    RICARDO
     
  2. 12-Gauge

    12-Gauge New Member

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    In future, please don't double post.
     
  3. PabloTeK

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  4. 12-Gauge

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  5. PabloTeK

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    The GeIL is good stuff, it's also orange so it goes well with the Northbridge heatsink!
     
  6. 12-Gauge

    12-Gauge New Member

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    Lol. Colour co-ordination is an absolute priority I suppose :D
     
  7. PabloTeK

    PabloTeK Active Member

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    It is for me, blue and orange all around.:D
     
  8. daisymtc

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  9. daisymtc

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    My list is similar with GCR, but microdirect is cheaper.

    Intel C2D E6320 £99 or E6600 £150
    Gigabyte MB GA-P35C-DS3R £90
    Geil Ultra DDR2 2.0GB PC6400 Dual Channel memory kit (2 x 1GB) 800MHz (4-4-4-12) +Aluminium heat spreader £60
    BFG GeForce 8800GTS OC 320MB Graphics Card £194
    NEC Optiarc AD-7170S-0B £21
    250GB Seagate Barracuda SATA II 300 7200rpm 16MB £46
    OCZ 600GXS Sli -UK nVidia Sli Ready 600W Power £62
    Choose your favour case. Allow £30 ??
    And don't forget your OS. £68 and some thermal compound £4

    If your £700 need include OS, then choose E6320. And I personally will choose E6320 instead E6600 as I see E6320 is good overclocking and value for money.
    Also as we all know there will be price drop and new release of C2D E6X50 series CPU for intel on 22/07, it will be your own decision if you want to wait
     
    Last edited: Jun 7, 2007
  10. wizle

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    I'm wondering if there will be enough of the new cpu's to go around when the price drops in July I'm camping in newegg the 21st :D
     

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