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Looking for a PC build for 750 euro Want to be able to play games on high enough settings without looking bad need everything from shel upwards also need Mouse and keyboard with it

Currently using a Asus VS248HR 24" FullHD 1ms HDMI DVI VGA Monitor

Trying to,get into PC gaming so help me out
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RAM - £109
CPU - £229
HDD - 2TB - £64
600w PSU - £45
GTX 1060 3GB - £196

= 643 Euros

Thats a pretty standard build, but will run a lot of games on high.
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Saiko wroteRAM - £109
CPU - £229
HDD - 2TB - £64
600w PSU - £45
GTX 1060 3GB - £196

= 643 Euros

Thats a pretty standard build, but will run a lot of games on high.
forgot the shell
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Saiko wroteRAM - £109
CPU - £229
HDD - 2TB - £64
600w PSU - £45
GTX 1060 3GB - £196

= 643 Euros

Thats a pretty standard build, but will run a lot of games on high.
forgot the shell


Ill leave the shell to you bud, as its all on personal preference and design. What I linked was just a rough benchmark if you will on the type of specs you should be aiming for.
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Saiko wroteRAM - £109
CPU - £229
HDD - 2TB - £64
600w PSU - £45
GTX 1060 3GB - £196

= 643 Euros

Thats a pretty standard build, but will run a lot of games on high.

That's GBP, not Euro. So, wrong currency. You left out kb+mouse. You've also not included a motherboard, a CPU cooler, or a case. That PSU is low quality, and over-priced. You could get a much better quality PSU for around the same price, or even less. GPU is over-priced, you could get an 8GB RX 480 for less, which would be a significantly better option.

OP- Where are you located? Euro covers a lot of countries, are you buying from Germany, or Ireland, or France, or somewhere else?
Will you overclock?
What will the system be used for exactly? What games/programs will you use?
Any preferred aesthetic(colour scheme, window, etc)?
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Saiko wroteRAM - £109
CPU - £229
HDD - 2TB - £64
600w PSU - £45
GTX 1060 3GB - £196

= 643 Euros

Thats a pretty standard build, but will run a lot of games on high.

That's GBP, not Euro. So, wrong currency. You left out kb+mouse. You've also not included a motherboard, a CPU cooler, or a case. That PSU is low quality, and over-priced. You could get a much better quality PSU for around the same price, or even less. GPU is over-priced, you could get an 8GB RX 480 for less, which would be a significantly better option.

OP- Where are you located? Euro covers a lot of countries, are you buying from Germany, or Ireland, or France, or somewhere else?
Will you overclock?
What will the system be used for exactly? What games/programs will you use?
Any preferred aesthetic(colour scheme, window, etc)?


You are right, it is in GPB, which is why are took the liberty of converting his Euro budget into GPB and then working off that.
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Saiko wroteYou are right, it is in GPB, which is why are took the liberty of converting his Euro budget into GPB and then working off that.

Why? That doesn't help anyone. For all you know, OP could be located in Germany, in which case, parts from the UK would be useless. You've also still missed out a bunch of vital components, and a kb+mouse like OP asked for.
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Saiko wroteYou are right, it is in GPB, which is why are took the liberty of converting his Euro budget into GPB and then working off that.

Why? That doesn't help anyone. For all you know, OP could be located in Germany, in which case, parts from the UK would be useless. You've also still missed out a bunch of vital components, and a kb+mouse like OP asked for.


Not to mention the DDR3 RAM with a DDR4/DDR3L CPU.
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I'm in Ireland man and nah won't be over clocking anytime soon as I'd be only starting
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PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU: Intel Core i5-7400 3.0GHz Quad-Core Processor (£161.94 @ Aria PC)
Motherboard: MSI B250M BAZOOKA Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard (£66.99 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2666 Memory (£55.00 @ Aria PC)
Storage: ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (£47.42 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: Seagate BarraCuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£37.99 @ Aria PC)
Video Card: Asus Radeon RX 480 8GB Dual OC Video Card (£176.34 @ Aria PC)
Case: BitFenix Nova ATX Mid Tower Case (£28.86 @ Aria PC)
Power Supply: Corsair CXM 450W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply (£51.05 @ Ebuyer)
Keyboard: Cooler Master CM Storm Devastator Gaming Bundle Wired Gaming Keyboard w/Optical Mouse (£26.52 @ Aria PC)
Total: £652.11

If that's too expensive, get a Pentium G4560 instead of the i5, and then you can use some of the money saved to get a nicer/better case and/or larger SSD. If you can spend a little extra for the i5-7500 over the 7400, I'd suggest doing that. Otherwise, you could maybe wait a week or so for Ryzen 5.

It'd be useful if we actually knew what the system was being used for though.

-Deano wroteNot to mention the DDR3 RAM with a DDR4/DDR3L CPU.

I didn't even notice that lmao, good catch.
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