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Hello everyone,

I am currently looking for a PC build, specifically for general and gaming use. The maximum that I am willing to spend is £800 but I would prefer the final costs to be in the range of £500-£600 (It's fine if the costs slightly rises above £600). I would like a decent build, one that run games smoothly with decent settings. It does not have to max out to high settings all the time. Examples of games that I would like to run is: GTA V, PUBG, Overwatch, CSGO, Arma 3 etc. I am not much of an expert in PC parts and building, therefore would appreciate some help from the Tech TTGers.

Just a note: preference is to have an Intel CPU and an NVIDIA graphics card.

All help is appreciated
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Do you need a monitor?
If not, what monitor(s) will you be using?
Do you need keyboard/mouse/etc?
Will you overclock?
What will the system be used for, other than gaming?
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[ Register or Signin to view external links. ] You can modify the parts as you see fit.
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I'm also looking for a new PC so let me no if you find anywhere good at a reasonable price.
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Mapwood6 wroteI'm also looking for a new PC so let me no if you find anywhere good at a reasonable price.
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13 wroteDo you need a monitor?
If not, what monitor(s) will you be using?
Do you need keyboard/mouse/etc?
Will you overclock?
What will the system be used for, other than gaming?


Not particularly. I can use an old monitor that I have.

Not necessarily. I can use an old Packard Bell monitor that I have until I have the funds to get a new one. I would need a keyboard but that can easily be bought on Amazon and I already have a mouse and headset. I do not intend to overclock, it is not that big of an issue. Other than gaming, it would also be for everyday general use.
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