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Would This Build Be Good For Gaming, At This Price, And Will The Components Work?


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#1 mrplow_1994

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Posted 01 March 2008 - 04:49 PM

Okay, so I'm new to the whole system building thing, so I'm really a noob in this area. I do, however, have a very low budget for a new computer, one that's gaming compatible. I just want a lasting upgrade over my current integrated-graphics, pentium 4 dell. Before you think: rip off, this is in Australian dollars, and compared to newegg, everything is very expensive over here. I just want to know that the case, motherboard etc. are all compatible with the parts and that it'll function properly, also whether it's a good rig at the price.
Parts:

Motherboard

CPU

RAM

Graphics Card

Case/PSU

Optical Drive

Hard Drive

If any of the links don't work, tell me and I'll fix it. I really do need to know before the end of March for various reasons, so quick replies would be appreciated.

Cheers.

EDIT: I changed the graphics card to the gddr3 model, heard it improves performance and not much more expensive.

Edited by mrplow_1994, 01 March 2008 - 06:28 PM.


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