Thoughts and Opinions on this Bundle Package from Newegg

ahbrown4057

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Hey guys, after having a previous thread resolved (asked why games such as Crysis 2 were running slow) I'
ve discovered that my Dell XPS 400 is obviously out of date. Right now it has a 530w PSU, 1 TB HD, GeForce GTX 460, and 4 Gigs of Ram on Vista x64 bit. Well I'll be having some money within the next couple months (a little over $1,000 dollars to spend) on a new gaming rig. I'm very excited to be building one from the ground up, so after doing a little investigation on Newegg, I came across this bundle package.

Can you guys please give me your opinions and or advice on what you think? Is it worth the pricing? How long do you think it will be able to last in terms of up-to-date performance. Can you recommend better parts? If so can you please link them?

The link is : http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.691326

You're help in this is greatly appreciated guys!

Thanks in advance Tom's Hardware


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here's a build:

CPU & Cooler : $255- i5 2500K & Scythe Mugen 2

Motherboard & RAM: $175- Gigabyte GA Z68X UD3 & Gskill RipjawX (2X 4GB)

HDD & Optical Drive: $73- Seagate Barracuda & LiteOn DVD Writer

Case & PSU: $160- Cooler Master Storm Scout & CM GX 750

SSD: $120- OCZ Agility 3 64 GB

Graphic Card: $270- Sapphire Radeon 6950 2GB

Total (Excluding Rebates): 1052 USD

Rebates: 70 USD

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here's a build:

CPU & Cooler : $255- i5 2500K & Scythe Mugen 2

Motherboard & RAM: $175- Gigabyte GA Z68X UD3 & Gskill RipjawX (2X 4GB)

HDD & Optical Drive: $73- Seagate Barracuda & LiteOn DVD Writer

Case & PSU: $160- Cooler Master Storm Scout & CM GX 750

SSD: $120- OCZ Agility 3 64 GB

Graphic Card: $270- Sapphire Radeon 6950 2GB

Total (Excluding Rebates): 1052 USD

Rebates: 70 USD

 
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