My computer runs Crysis, MW2, WoW & All and was about 750 US (1200 NZD )Omg no this thread is full of fail. Geese fix your links so I know what parts you're recommending.
FYI, A computer under $1000 isn't going to be able to handle all the demanding games out that you're probably going to want to play (Crysis, Metro 2033, BFBC:2, DiRT2, the list goes on).
Expect to spend closer to $2000+ for something that is "fast as s***" and is mainly for gaming.
Give me a list of all the games you play/plan on buying in the near future.
Keep in mind that DX11 is out so you're probably going to want a ATI 5000 series or a nVidia 400 series all of which aren't exactly cheap. Hell from I've seen the top of the line ati card is almost as much as what you want to build an entire system for LMAO!
For $900 I could build you an outdated PC made for internet browsing and playing WoW.
f*** maybe I should just make guide for high end gaming PC's.
(Go look at my build thread to get an idea of what you need for a "high end" gaming PC that's already outdated thanks to DX11 but still pulls its own and maxes out crysis with playable framerates, which reminds me I need to update that bastard with all the crazy stuff I've done to it)
at max settings?My computer runs Crysis, MW2, WoW & All and was about 750 US (1200 NZD )
Nuh saidCPU: AMD ATLTON X2 7750 2.7GH 2000FSB 3MB Cache ; K10 STRUCTURE, 65NM , SKT AM2+
Graphic card: ATI HD4870 512M GDDR5 PCI-E Video Card , DUAL DVI-I / TVO
MOBO: AMD AMD 740G high value video Motherboard , DirectX 9 Gaming
Memory: 4GB DDR2-800 dual channel
HDD: 500GB SATA2 HDD 32mb Cache
Case: COOLER MASTER Gladiator 600 Black w/ 500W PSU