Could someon help me build a gaming pc?

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  1. Olrosse

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    Hi i figured out i will post on this forum. sorry if i use bad grammar

    I need an gaming pc before 23th july(guess why) and ive newer built one before so i have no idea what i should look for (currently stuck with an intel hd graphics laptop with a broken hdmi port)

    Not sure about budget yet but i think about 670 euro, 905 USD, 5422 NOK

    Norwegian sites would be the best if possible like http://www.netonnet.no/ that is one of my favorit site and https://www.komplett.no/ that is a bit expensive

    Hopefully i will get the best for the price :) im sorry if anything in this post annoys someone :(

    What i want it to have:
    nvidia card becose of cuda gpu rendering
    bluetooth for ps3 controllers
    Sourrond sound support
    wireless internet card
    dvd reader/writer (mostly for ps2 emulator since we cant find the ps2 LOL)
    at least 16gb of ram(have 8 and use alot of it sometimes)
    wireless mous and keyboard since im sitting a bit far from it

    Would be nice to have but not necesary:
    Blu-Ray drive
    3d
    Cant remember any more atm

    What im mostly gonna use it for (will of corse use it for alot more but this is what i do the most)
    Blender
    Gaming. some examples beamng of corse. dirt 3. Trackmania2. these are the one i cant run properly atm. minecraft shaders. i guess i cant run this game good The crew beta and hopefully i will get the full game to. Next car game. Things that runs ok most of the time. spin tires. ps2 emulator (not realy a game but a program). and i cant think of any more atm. Games that runs wery well on my current laptop is not added here expect dirt 3 that i get 30fps on high 720p
    Modding beamng

    i hope i havent missed annything in this post but if i suddenly remembers somthing i will update it
     
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  2. BigMac

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  3. LethalAudio

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    I used www.pcpartpicker.com as a resource for parts and educating me on what was compatible. Their prices werent always on match with other things, but once you have a build, you can pick the sources yourself. I ended up getting all of mine off of Amazon because the prices and shipping were just better for me.

    But if you build one up on there, you can link it out and share it to others for input. There are a lot of benchmark sites out there for you to check though. I mostly used them to narrow down my selection for GPU and CPU.

    Good luck!
     
  4. Keepermaster

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    Well, not sure what the old GTX600 series is at now, I guess it's at max. 1000-2000kr?

    NetOnNet has got some terrible delivery times, while Komplett delivers within 2 days (at least to where I live, Molde).

    At a low budget I guess you can get an AMD as a CPU, they are cheap.

    Other than that my knowledge about computers aren't too good.

    Norge har jo nokken heilt for jævlige prisa også, da ;)

    Good luck!
     
  5. Olrosse

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    updated first post. i tried the pcpartpicker but i ended up at 1140$ wthout keyboard mous or OS :p im realy bad at this

    - - - Updated - - -

    So this is what i might get
    cpu:https://www.komplett.no/amd-fx-8350-black-edition/766047#!tab:info
    motherboard:https://www.komplett.no/asus-m5a99fx-pro-r20-socket-am3/757190
    gpu:https://www.komplett.no/evga-geforce-gtx-770-2gb-physx-cuda/782637#!tab:info
    hdd:https://www.komplett.no/seagate-barracuda-1tb/653050#!tab:reviews
    case:https://www.komplett.no/fractal-design-define-r4-black-pearl/757466#!tab:reviews
    psu:https://www.komplett.no/cooler-master-g650m-650w-psu/795138#!tab:info
    ram:https://www.komplett.no/corsair-vengeance-ddr3-1600mhz-8gb-cl9/650278
    os:https://www.komplett.no/microsoft-windows-81/798724#!tab:extra
    dvd drive:https://www.komplett.no/asus-dvd-writer-drw-24f1st/798971#!tab:extra
    and mous/keyboard:https://www.komplett.no/logitech-wireless-combo-mk520/605911#!tab:info

    price 9399 kr 1569 aud 1156 euro a bit more than i expected but it shuld be ok

    if ive forgotten any part or if somthing is incompitable tell me pleas

    no i didnt forget the display or speakers:p im gonna use my tv and 5.1 speakers
    im gonna get an bluetooth usb insted since its more compitable with ds3 tool (i used some time figuring that out with my built in on my laptop)
     
  6. Kitteh5

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    That looks good for BeamNG, and overall awesome performance. But you need a CPU cooler, I suggest a Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo.
     
  7. Olrosse

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    but is it necessary? one of the comments on the cpu sayd he overclocked it to 5.7ghz on original cooler but that went a bit to hot but what can you expect at that mutch overclocking and ill probably newer overclock it

    edit

    i just read other comments and it seems like the origial cooler isnt good enough. i feel like and idiot now lol
     
  8. randomshortguy

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    My suggestion - never build a high end system as you first build. Find a junk computer and take it apart. Help a friend build theirs. Experience is sooooo important when building these things.

    But my suggestion for a build is:
    Intel i5 4440 - $200
    NVidia gtx750 - $150
    500w psu, take your pick - $40
    8gb ram, take your pick - $50
    asus mobo, take your pick - $200
    monitor, take your pick - $200
    keyboard, mouse and cables - $50
    random case, dvd drive - $50

    And that's about $900. Obviously parts in different countries and different manufactures are different prices.
     
  9. SixSixSevenSeven

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    the original cooler isnt good enough at stock clock speeds unless your case has very good airflow anyway. Generally terrible.
     
  10. Olrosse

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    i have completly taken apart two laptops and rebuilt them and everything that worked before still works on them. the first one was my older sisters laptop after my younger brother was drinking a smoothie while using it. the keyboard did not survuve the smothie. the 2nd one was mine that i opened to fix my broken hdmi port that broke when our dog jump over it while it was laying in my bed with an hdmi connected (i think that hdmi still works after got bendt 45degreeds and then bent back that made a bang :p). the hdmi could not be fixed but i got away alot of dust
    dust.png

    i think im gonna get an new cooler:) idk about how good the airflow is i just know that its a silent case with dust filters that is gonna be useful since we have one dog and two cats that looses hair atm since it just got summer
     
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