Please can someone recommend a pc for 2000 euros? PLZ i need help.

Gamingforce

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So can someone recommend pc components for 2000 euros, thanks. I m looking to build my pc and not buy an already built one.
EDIT: I forgot to add that it s a gaming pc.
 

scuba111223

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If you want AMD cards you could get something like this http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2heGj, if you need more storage you could grab another 3TB drive.

Or if Nvidia is your thing you could get this http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2heV7, and you would have enough for another 1TB drive i think if you wanted.

You could save money and get a smaller ssd, but i figured you probably have a bunch of games and applications, you could get like a 120GB ssd and only put your OS and a few games on it and then spend the rest on more hard drive storage and or maybe up your graphics cards a bit more and grab this http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2hfhm but you do lose quite a bit of storage, going Nvidia is probably your best bet, as i hear sli is smoother than crossfire.

So how I see it you could go for AMD if you want more storage and good performance, and go with Nvidia gtx 770 sli if you want a better experience but less storage.
 

Gamingforce

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I do need an OS, the monitor is not included in the price, i would like to game at 1440p and record my screen so i know that takes a lot of storage. Thanks.

 

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If you want AMD cards you could get something like this http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2heGj, if you need more storage you could grab another 3TB drive.

Or if Nvidia is your thing you could get this http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2heV7, and you would have enough for another 1TB drive i think if you wanted.

You could save money and get a smaller ssd, but i figured you probably have a bunch of games and applications, you could get like a 120GB ssd and only put your OS and a few games on it and then spend the rest on more hard drive storage and or maybe up your graphics cards a bit more and grab this http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2hfhm but you do lose quite a bit of storage, going Nvidia is probably your best bet, as i hear sli is smoother than crossfire.

So how I see it you could go for AMD if you want more storage and good performance, and go with Nvidia gtx 770 sli if you want a better experience but less storage.
 

Gamingforce

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Thanks, :).

 

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