Best gaming PC options

OhaiderPal

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I'll provide a list of desktop PC's that can fit my budget. At first, I seemed to prefer one over the other, but then my brain just messed up seeing how most of these had very similar parts, but I figured I'm missing out on some things.

If you can give me your opinion on which one provides more bang for the buck, I will gladly commend you.

*notice, I wish to run games on high-max settings (preferably max if its at a cheap price but I can do medium if its for games such as dayz, etc,) otherwise I would want the PC running most games at high-max.

LIST
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883798487&leaderboard=1
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883227678&ignorebbr=1
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883152193&ignorebbr=1
http://www.goo.gl/MiJKQa
http://www.goo.gl/CaJOZK
http://www.goo.gl/dMc6ea
Of course, if you can find a better pre-built build that would also be appreciated.
 

superninja12

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they're all scam for the price but the last newegg link is the least one (you're still going to regret it).
 

OhaiderPal

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could you please perhaps point to the better options you have in mind?
thanks
 

superninja12

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none thats the point of prebuild systems, it called marketing.
they assemble it very poorly with a bad power supply.

most idiots go there (sorry) and see hmm intel core i7 xxxx ow wow that means ultra hd 60fps , NO its not how it works.

everyone can build a pc , its not easy but if you have a spare day, you can easily build your own.
and were here to assist you.
 

OhaiderPal

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i honestly don't have the time for building a pc. i just want the best option for the buck.
 

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