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$1500 Gaming PC Buyer's Guide -- November 2009

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  • $1500 Gaming PC Buyer's Guide -- November 2009

    This was just posted a few mins ago over at Maximum PC, and I figured it was worth posting since a lot of people are probably considering a new year/ Christmas upgrade. Even if you arn't building a whole new rig, maybe some of their suggestions will work for you.

    I like most of their suggestions, like the ASUS motherboard and what not.

    $1500 Gaming PC Buyer's Guide -- November 2009



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    Re: $1500 Gaming PC Buyer's Guide -- November 2009

    Not bad. I'd change the hard drive to the 640GB version of the same drive (2 320MB platters = faster and more reliable) and I might go for a 1366 board and a 920 instead of the 870 but not bad. Also, I'm not in love with the case after building a machine in the original 900 for my cousin. (too cramped.)
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      Re: $1500 Gaming PC Buyer's Guide -- November 2009

      You might say I just built that machine. I built mine with those parts except the case. I got a Coolmaster tower and I really like it, lots of room and fans everywhere and it is quiet. I am liking my build so far oh and I went with 8 GB instead of 4 GB.

      Am just now getting everything loaded up. I used the EasyTransfer method using an external hard drive and http://ninite.com/ web page. All went well. I tried to use my network to use with EasyTransfer but it wasn't so easy so used the hd.:icon_cool
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