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I have been wanting to build a pc for quite a while now and I think it's about time I actually do it, I did make one of these topic sometime last year but I dont know if things have changed prices Etc.

What I want this Pc for....

I want to be able to play games, don't really need it for much else tbh

Thanks guys
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What games will you be playing?
What will the system be used for, other than games?
Do you need a keyboard, mouse, headset, etc?
Do you have a monitor? If so, what monitor(s) will you use with this system?
If not, what is your maximum budget for everything, incluing monitor and other peripherals?
Will you overclock?
Any preferences, either hardware or aesthetic preferences?
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What games will you be playing? H1z1 etc more the newer recent games

What will the system be used for, other than games?YouTube, Skype TheTechGame Etc

Do you need a keyboard, mouse, headset, etc?
No

Do you have a monitor? If so, what monitor(s) will you use with this system?
No I don't have any monitors as of yet but will be running dual monitor when I build

If not, what is your maximum budget for everything, incluing monitor and other peripherals? My budget could stretch to 900

Will you overclock? If I am able to Definitely
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You can up the i3 to an i5-8400 and stay within budget if you drop the HDD for now, or get a smaller/slower SSD. No overclocking because unlocked Coffee Lake SKUs are still over priced IMO. You have the option to upgrade to an 8600k/8700k at any time and overclock. You might even be able to upgrade to 9th gen Core i CPUs with this mobo, and that might even include an 8 core SKU.
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