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Hi Guys, i'm half console gamer, and PC Gamer (MMORPG), but the US$ has became much expensive on the country that i live, is more than 80% up YOY, so is a lot expensive to buy the games on consoles (steam still use my Coin, as the numbers before the 80% up YOY), and i also like MMORPG, Moba, so i was thinking that is better build a PC, to run games like Dark Souls 3, Street Fighter V, Fallout 4, atleast at 720p. and because i like to play the old-fashioned way with Fat TV, is  cheaper build a Computer, than purchase a HD TV, and a Console.

For me does not matter the Brand, if is Amd, or Intel's processator, if is Amd, or Nvidia's Video Card, and if possible something that would be easy to upgrade later.

I Have never build a Computer before, i played the Triple A Games, on last gen consoles, and MMORPG/MOBA, on Pre-build PC, because those games are really light.

 

And, Thanks for who reply this thread.



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$300 to run Dark Souls 3? Nope.

If you're insistent on $300, though, I recommend checking out pcpartpicker.com

They have a fairly good database of parts, prices, and where to get them. Most of what you'll be getting will have to be after market on eBay, though.



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Here is a great budget build for $270, credit to Reddit/buildapc. You will have to buy used parts, but the pc should be plenty capable at 720p

https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/comments/43eh8c/build_complete_super_budget_build_pushing_the/



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impossible to build a decent gaming computer for anywhere near 300$. you'll be looking at minimum like 500 or 600$ unless you already have a lot of knowledge on putting them together OR have usable parts already



mountaindewslave said:

impossible to build a decent gaming computer for anywhere near 300$. you'll be looking at minimum like 500 or 600$ unless you already have a lot of knowledge on putting them together OR have usable parts already

As i thought, this is hard when the US$ is going up, up, up,  i will take a better look and wait a little more, for atleast get a better Budget, or if the US$, goes back to the normal, i already will have this 500-600US$ Budget.





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You need at least $500 to make this work ...



Solid-Stark said:
Here is a great budget build for $270, credit to Reddit/buildapc. You will have to buy used parts, but the pc should be plenty capable at 720p

https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/comments/43eh8c/build_complete_super_budget_build_pushing_the/

Yes, some used parts are a good choise to fit in the Budget, just need to make sure if the source of the used part is relyable.





Swordmasterman said:
Solid-Stark said:
Here is a great budget build for $270, credit to Reddit/buildapc. You will have to buy used parts, but the pc should be plenty capable at 720p

https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/comments/43eh8c/build_complete_super_budget_build_pushing_the/

Yes, some used parts are a good choise to fit in the Budget, just need to make sure if the source of the used part is relyable.



You can check out the ratings of sellers on eBay and Amazon. And sometimes people review open box and refurbished item on Newegg to give you an idea if the parts are reliable.





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