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I was wondering if anyone could help me choose parts for a Gaming PC

I will mostly just be gaming on the PC I will be playing GtaV PUBG ect

My budget will be £800 - 900 but I will be willing to go over if needed. I will just get the monitors etc separate so they don't need to be included with the price.​



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I was wondering if anyone could help me choose parts for a Gaming PC

I will mostly just be gaming on the PC I will be playing GtaV PUBG ect

My budget will be £800 - 900 but I will be willing to go over if needed. I will just get the monitors etc separate so they don't need to be included with the price.​



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I have done a quick sort of build I would go for - https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/GxsjzM
I would wait for someone more experienced to comment though
 
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I'd recommend waiting a bit before buying a PC. Intel will release a new chipset soon and it should be significantly better than the current CPUs out there. The price of GPU and RAM should also go down a bit in a few weeks.

If you really need a PC though, what will you be doing with it(gaming, editing, rendering, 3D work, streaming)? Do you need a Mouse? Keyboard? Do you have a color scheme in mind?

If you really want a PC right now, here's what you should buy: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/Y7M2d6
 
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I'd recommend waiting a bit before buying a PC. Intel will release a new chipset soon and it should be significantly better than the current CPUs out there. The price of GPU and RAM should also go down a bit in a few weeks.

If you really need a PC though, what will you be doing with it(gaming, editing, rendering, 3D work, streaming)? Do you need a Mouse? Keyboard? Do you have a color scheme in mind?

If you really want a PC right now, here's what you should buy: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/Y7M2d6
I can wait a while if that's what would be best, I will pretty much be gaming for the most part and then recording my game like if anything cool happens I can show people.. I'll just get the mouse and keyboard separate and I was thinking of going for red.
 
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Meh, Ryzen can be had for cheap and it performs extremely well. I'd go that route personally as suggested in the builds. You won't be disappointed. I got the 1700X and it's a beast.
 
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