Starting off building a lower budget gaming system is a great option. I have a budget of $300-$350. Remember that you can always upgrade your hardware anytime you get the money to do so. This article is for those who want a gaming system but can not afford the high price hardware that is out there. All hardware mentioned in this article is available on Newegg.com.
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Re: Build a PC that Doesn't Suck for $300 by dc740 on Thursday, January 01 2009 @ 18:46:44 CET
as a matter of facts it still sucks... the biggest problem is the video card... it was a really a bad choice.... the amount of RAM on video card is important on high end video cards. but when it comes to cheap products, you must spend every cent on the biggest video card serie. for example, DO NOT EVER buy an 8500GT with 512 when you can buy an 8600GT with 256... why? beacuase an 8600GT wips the floor with an 8500GT, it doesn't matter how many RAM it has