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Looking to spend around $700 Canadian on a pc build. I already have a monitor, keyboard and mouse just need a pc. I'm not to fimilar with pc builds so I'm here for your help. I'll be using it for gaming and school work. I'll be playing fortnite and using AutoCAD on it. Not sure if this matters but I'll be using two monitors. Planing on building within the next couple weeks. Thanks for all the help.
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Total: $746.93

If you want it under $700, take a hit on GPU and grab a GTX 1050 instead of 1050Ti. I'd recommend looking for used GPUs though as you should be able to find a GTX 970 for ~$200CAD which is better than a 1050Ti. Also, you could save $10 on PSU if you want by going with the non modular version of the same PSU.
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