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That budget seems decent enough, I think, but it's really up to you what you get. Do you want a future-proof machine? Go with skylake and DDR4. Do you want cheaper but not so future-proof? Go with the older parts.

Ok,so I'm buying a new computer and i need your opinion and well...help.So this is my computer now(it's shit i know)

CPU:AMD Athlon 64x2 4400+ 2.31 GHz

GPU:NVIDIA GeForce GT220 1GB

RAM.3 GB DDR2

Well i think thats all you need to know that nowadays i can't run anything and my PC is getting bluescreens every now and then (memory dumps) so I really need to upgrade.I'm actually buying a pre-build PC because individual parts would just destroy my wallet.

I know what people think about pre-builds but these are just build PC that this man sells and they are much much cheaper than anything else i will find in my country.My price range is about 1600 KM (about 800-900 dollars) and these are people that i will most likely buy a computer from (this link goes to my countrys eBay basically,no need for translation i think that you should understand it,scroll down and see the parts)(and also first 4 links lead to the computers that I find good and last two hyperlinks lead to persons that sell the most affordable PCs):

http://www.olx.ba/artikal/20063742/intel-core-i5-4690k-black-storm-v5-gtx-970-4-gb/ (i found this one the best)

http://www.olx.ba/artikal/18945726/super-gamer-intel-devils-canyon-i7-4790k-4-0-4-4ghz/ (weak GPU)

http://www.olx.ba/artikal/18946361/devils-canyon-proffesional-intel-i7-4790k/

http://www.olx.ba/artikal/19936510/gamer-r9-380-4gb-eagle-strix-i5-skylake-6500/ (should i go with motherboards that support ddr4 and skylakes?Pls answer.)

http://wimax.olx.ba/ (person)

http://mickey84.olx.ba/ (person)

 

My biggest question is should I go for new motherboards that support DDR4 and Skylakes or should i play safe and just buy "last gen" Devils Canyons.If you didnt understand something please ask me and excuse my english.

 

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That budget seems decent enough, I think, but it's really up to you what you get. Do you want a future-proof machine? Go with skylake and DDR4. Do you want cheaper but not so future-proof? Go with the older parts.

Thy hath sinneth, and in thy life thou hast fallen to an unholy, unspeakable level of humanity. Thou hast given into your basest needs. And suffered many years under thine Satan-box. However, if thine be willing, as thy hast show yourself to be, thy can ascendeth into thy glorious fold of the glorious church. Go well, my brother, may your temps be low and your frames high. ~ MrDynamicMan

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Personally I don't think I would ever buy pre built

 

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Look these pre-build are different you can actually change the specifications but they cost a lot less that builds.

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Personally I don't think I would ever buy pre built

I made the same mistake as you. I read through the post super-fast and didn't see this:

 

 

I know what people think about pre-builds but these are just build PC that this man sells and they are much much cheaper than anything else i will find in my country.My price range is about 1600 

Thy hath sinneth, and in thy life thou hast fallen to an unholy, unspeakable level of humanity. Thou hast given into your basest needs. And suffered many years under thine Satan-box. However, if thine be willing, as thy hast show yourself to be, thy can ascendeth into thy glorious fold of the glorious church. Go well, my brother, may your temps be low and your frames high. ~ MrDynamicMan

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Anyway, sorry about that slip up. What I said is all I can really help you with; if you want to know which of those is the best, one of the more intelligent users will have to come here. All I can really say is that skylake and ddr4 will help you with future-proofing.

Thy hath sinneth, and in thy life thou hast fallen to an unholy, unspeakable level of humanity. Thou hast given into your basest needs. And suffered many years under thine Satan-box. However, if thine be willing, as thy hast show yourself to be, thy can ascendeth into thy glorious fold of the glorious church. Go well, my brother, may your temps be low and your frames high. ~ MrDynamicMan

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GTX 970 should cost according to amazon 713 KM but it (in my country) 200 KM more!

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Yep that is why I need your help if I take Skylake build it would be helpful in the future but of course now its kinda weak.

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I think I should wait at least a little more skylakes price will propably fall so i can upgrade.IDK. 

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Upgrading thoug would cost on skylakes build I could upgrade only for about a year after i bought it so...

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CPU: Intel Core i5-6500 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor  ($198.99 @ NCIX US) 

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H170N-WIFI Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard  ($117.99 @ SuperBiiz) 



Video Card: MSI Radeon R9 390 8GB Video Card  ($319.98 @ SuperBiiz) 

Case: Cooler Master N200 MicroATX Mid Tower Case  ($29.99 @ Newegg) 


Total: $827.81

Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available

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CPU:Intel Core i3 3210 Mobo:MSI B75MA-E33  GPU:Intel 2500 HD Graphics  SSD:Adata SP600 128gb  HDD:Seagate 1tb 7200rpm  

PSU:Corsair CX430   Case:Antec ASK4000bU3  Monitor:Dell S2240l 21.5 inch 1080p

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Look these pre-build are different you can actually change the specifications but they cost a lot less that builds.

 

I think you missed what what I mean, I build em myself to pick my own components and cause I sort of enjoy it, I also get to make sure it's done properly.

 

Good to keep your hand in the new technology aswell

 

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I think I made my choice since people didnt really understand me ,there is no way I could build a PC in my country its a total rip off.As I previously said GTX 970 is supposed to cost about 700-750 KM but in my country its 200 freaking more and that is a lot sorry but I cant build my PC.I would definately want to but my wallet says NO.I'm going with Devil Canyon i5.And also Amazon and eBay shoppon is also a rip off in my country sorry.

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