Which Gaming PC would be the best for m for what im wanting

Dante1234

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I want a gaming pc that would run games like g-mod and day-z at great graphics and I also want to record this footage in the background and I don't want the software that record that footage to lag my game. These are pre built computers that I could buy which one would be the best one for what I want or is nothing here good for what I want.

Specifications: $550

FX-4130 - Quad Core - Unlocked Processor @ 3.8 Ghz
MSI 970A-G43 AM3+ Motherboard
8 GB DDR3 Ram
2 GB Asus R9-270 Graphics with 2 x DVI - HDMI - Display Port Overclocked Edition
Asus 24x DVDRW Drive
128 GB SanDisk SSD Drive (operating)
500 GB Seagate Hard Drive (storage)
650 Watt Power Supply
Enermax Lepa Mid Tower Case

Specs: $450

A8-6600 Quad Core Processor @ 3.9 Ghz
Asus F2A85M/CSM FM2 Motherboard
8 GB Ram
Saphire Radeon 2 GB HD R7-250 Graphics HDMI-VGA-DVI
24x DVDRW Drive
1 TB Western Digital Hard Drive 64 MB Cache
650 Watt Power Supply
Bitfenix Merc Beta Mid Tower Case

Specifications: $550

A10-5800K Processor @ 3.8 Ghz Quad Core
Asus F2A85-M/CSM FM2 Motherboard
8 GB DDR3 Ram
2 GB Saphire Raden HD 6970 Graphics with HDMI-DVI-2 x DP
24x DVDRW Drive
1 TB Western Digital Hard Drive 64 MB Cache
650 Watt Power Supply
Enermax Lepa Mid Tower Case

Specifications: $550

A10-7700k Unlocked Quad Core @ 3.4 Ghz
Gigabyte F2A88XM-D3H FM2+ Motherboard
8 GB GSkill 1600 mhz DDR3 Ram
SanDisk 128 GB SSD Drive (operating)
500 GB Seagate Hard Drive (storage)
24x DVDRW Drive
EVGA NEX 750G Gold Rated 750 Watt Modular Power Supply
NZXT H230 BLACK Mid Tower Silent Case
 

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I'm going to start my post with the obligatory "You should just build your own computer" and the "You can ask around here about how to build one or watch youtube videos". Now if that isn't an option for you to do, or you just don't want to then thats fine.

Also First choice is best overall, the one with the FX-4130 and has the best GPU. (well out of these i guess.)
 
I agree the FX-4300 + R9-270 is the best of the choices.

Also, in general I don't recommend an APU system for gaming for a few reasons including that you can be bottlenecked by the DDR3 memory if it's not fast enough (and you SHARE it as well so you use some of it).

RECORDING:
You need a solution that uses a VIDEO ENCODER. If you had an NVidia card you could use Shadowplay or OBS. It's possible OBS would work with AMD's VCE but I can't confirm this:
https://obsproject.com/
and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-vhi-qOUlc

Otherwise you have to use the SOFTWARE method which will really drop your frame rate a lot.
 

Vudue Priest

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I wont speak ill of any brand or setup, but Day-Z will destroy any and all of those systems.... And I have to agree you stand to get some better quality if you were to build yourself. If your looking to stay around $550 then mabe something like this might be a better fit for you:

FX-8320
AsRock Fatal1ty 990FX
Radeon R9 280 3GB
Seagate Hybrid Drives 500GB
(2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
EVGA 500 B 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified 500W
ASUS 24X DVD Burner

$637

or

FX-6300
AsRock Fatal1ty 990FX
Radeon R9 280 3GB
Seagate Hybrid Drives 500GB
(2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
EVGA 500 B 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified 500W
ASUS 24X DVD Burner

$607

(Hastily picked from newegg your results may very and cheaper prices are possible depending on what you pick)

Totally forgot an OS... $99 for windows 7 or 8 OEM.

Keep in mind I was trying to find a good mix of inexpensive while keeping excellent quality.
 

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I will use an elgato to record and the gameplay and it has it own recording software.
 

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