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Im looking to build my first pc can anyone recommend a build that would play games like h1z1 and black ops 3 for the custom zombies with decent graphics, roughly between £650-£750
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Do you need peripherals? If not, what monitor are you using?
Will you overclock?
Any kind of specific case preferences? Window, no window? Colour? Etc
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Would get all that with a separate budget, honestly have no clue what overclocking means, no preference either
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Well what's your budget for peripherals? We can help with those too, and monitor is an important factor in component choices for a PC.

Overclocking is manually pushing components beyond their stock speeds to perform better. This results in higher temperatures and reduced longevity. Typically you overclock GPU and CPU, and monitor if you want. Most modern GPUs overclock themselves within a temp limit. CPUs do the same but manually overclocking CPU can be quite beneficial in certain games/programs. However if you're not comfortable with that, tell us and you can save a little bit of money by getting a cheaper motherboard without overclocking support, and a cheaper locked CPU.
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Maybe 250, say around £950- £1000 all in, I mean if it's recomended sure overclocking would be fine
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What peripherals do you need? Just monitor, keyboard and mouse?
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Yeah need them!
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Would this run games at decent settings would you say?
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Cooley92 wroteWould this run games at decent settings would you say?


Which games exactly?
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