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User Info: Oakland510_

Oakland510_
1 month ago#11
Any more suggestions on good pre builts? And this is the way to go now, buying pre built, if we don't want to be charged up the ass buying parts and building our PC for almost the same build?

User Info: Somato

Somato
1 month ago#12
GM_ posted...
Somato posted...
Probably just me

But

$2000 on a PC that you are only going to use to play games seems f***ing stupid. If you are really just going to use it for just gaming, don't get a PC. Just get a Switch and a bunch of games or something.


At least they're going to play games instead of sitting on a message board b****ing 24/7 about not having games to play just like this board does.

You mean this board that you also are a member of?
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User Info: Somato

Somato
1 month ago#13
Oakland510_ posted...
Any more suggestions on good pre builts? And this is the way to go now, buying pre built, if we don't want to be charged up the ass buying parts and building our PC for almost the same build?

There was a time when getting a pre-built was f***ing stupid

but

These days i actually prefer it. Most PC part stores here are very transparent with the parts and the prices, usually just charging about $100 more than the cost of the actual parts, and you get a build warranty with it
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User Info: Oakland510_

Oakland510_
1 month ago#14
Somato posted...
Oakland510_ posted...
Any more suggestions on good pre builts? And this is the way to go now, buying pre built, if we don't want to be charged up the ass buying parts and building our PC for almost the same build?

There was a time when getting a pre-built was f***ing stupid

but

These days i actually prefer it. Most PC part stores here are very transparent with the parts and the prices, usually just charging about $100 more than the cost of the actual parts, and you get a build warranty with it


The higher prices for graphics cards and whatever else now won't be permanent will it? I'll probably just wait it out. How much would this cost for this before the prices went up? I know that's the pre built price but what would it cost now buying and building it and the price before price went up?

http://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/dell-desktop-computers/alienware-aurora/spd/alienware-aurora-r7-desktop/dpcwxtc04h

User Info: jay2101

jay2101
1 month ago#15
http://www.portatech.com/products/product.cshtml?id=70696&o=96175

User Info: robert43s

robert43s
1 month ago#16
You could look at review sites. Plenty that review prebuilt. Other option is to use sites such as pcspecialist or cyberpowersystems. These allow customizations, so you could configure the type of cooling you want, better PSU etc...
Remember, it's only a game, have fun and enjoy.

User Info: hamchunk

hamchunk
1 month ago#17
jay2101 posted...
http://www.portatech.com/products/product.cshtml?id=70696&o=96175


$1,750 for 4GB ram, 120GB SSD with no other storage and a multimedia card?

Dude wtf
Do the math!

User Info: zxxcman

zxxcman
1 month ago#18
hamchunk posted...
jay2101 posted...
http://www.portatech.com/products/product.cshtml?id=70696&o=96175


$1,750 for 4GB ram, 120GB SSD with no other storage and a multimedia card?

Dude wtf


That i9 retails for $1100-1200 on its own, but that system is still slightly overpriced.
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