1st Gaming PC Help

Discussion in 'Gaming Discussion' started by Spearit, Jul 14, 2015.

  1. Spearit

    Spearit New Member

    Hello everyone I'm decently new here and I'm thinking of building my first gaming PC around the Christmas holiday. I have around a $500 dollar budget. I have decided on a PC I found on youtube called Orion by TechSource. Here's a link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_15dUbpaOA. The parts are as follows:
    Cpu: FX-8320 CPU
    MotherBoard:MSI 760GMA-P34
    RAM: Crucial Ballistix 8GB (4x2)
    Hard Drive: Im going to reuse the one in my laptop that im typing this with :)
    GPU: Sapphire R9 270X
    Case: Cougar Spike PC Case
    PSU: EVGA 500W Bronze PSU
    I want to play games like H1Z1, all Blizzard games, and others. Is this a good build for the price?
  2. UniQueKakarot

    UniQueKakarot New Member

    Evening!

    I can't really say much about the motherboard or Cpu since I have no experience with AMD cpu's. But besides that I would say that your setup seems reasonable and I would belive that it will run the most of the games on decent graphics.

    -UniQue
  3. LostJedi1

    LostJedi1 New Member

    Looks decent for $500. Although if it's your first build I would recommend doing research and building your own rig based on parts YOU choose. A great site is https://pcpartpicker.com/ . It is great for finding deals, and notifying you if any parts are not compatible with each other.

    I quickly made a $500 build and came up with this http://pcpartpicker.com/p/wxFB3C . Do you have an operating system you can use? If not those buggers are around $100 if you want a legit copy.

    Have fun with it :D
  4. Elvia

    Elvia New Member

    If you haven't done so already, you should also get people over on the buildpc section on reddit to review your build.

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