$1300 gaming pc


Jun 17, 2009

APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: (I could start on June 26 but the real deadline is September but if I wait till september I'd have more money to spend but I'm growing very impatient and I want it asap no one knows if I'll live to see September ya know...lol. Which is why I was thinking of just letting Ibuypower create it for me and wham bam shalam I got it made and in my hand but I hear they can make the same thing half that price if I build it on my own which is also a scary venture for myself. ) BUDGET RANGE: ($600-$1300 the less money the better)

SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: (Gaming, video editing, Porn watching)

PARTS NOT REQUIRED: ( I can't think of anything I don't need ) **Include Power Supply Make & Model If Re-using**

PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: (No idea which is the best site to purchase parts from I have never done it before.)

PARTS PREFERENCES: ( I would like to use an IntelI7 quad CPU & a mobo that has crossfire and Sli DDR3 sli 3-way and a capacity of 24gb would be nice in the future. also a full tower case with great airflow)

OVERCLOCKING: No only because I don't know how to do so. SLI OR CROSSFIRE: I don't know

MONITOR RESOLUTION: (What evers cheap and uses 1080p hdmi)

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: (The main goal is to have a great gaming pc now but also to make it last another 5 years so it must be upgradable in every way?)



Feb 9, 2009
You aren't going to get what you're asking for with a $1300 budget, if you waited until September and got an intel i5 build then you might just be able to get everything else you wanted in the build.