Topic: Building a new pc

Hi there!, I want to get a new PC and build it myself, can you guys give an advise of what GPU, CPU, RAM, etc should I get?
I have a budged of about $900

Re: Building a new pc

We need more information. Like where are you from and what exactly you need. All devices and preferences.

Re: Building a new pc

You can try to build it online but if you want us to help out, be more specific nomicons/smile like, do you prefer nVidia/intel/amd etc. Also you should definitely get a good motherboard and PSU to allow future upgrades.

Re: Building a new pc

RAM - 8 GB or more
CPU - Skylake
GPU - GTX 970 or better

Re: Building a new pc

my spec for you:
Main: H97 or Z97 MSI or (Gigabye G1 Sniper)
Cpu: core i5-4460
RAM 8G DDR3 ( Corsair is good )
VGA: GTX970 ( or R9 280X - R9 290 - R9 390(this is new) if you like AMD more )
PSU: 550W ( Corsair is good )
case: up to you
that all, depend on your country the price will be different !!!

Re: Building a new pc

I'd advise you checking out PCPartPicker, with a little information if you have, you can build yourself one, or if you rather not, you can check the user built ones with their community reviews, too.

http://orig15.deviantart.net/f879/f/2013/326/3/f/3f777cc306b9771677b0998b1ac3ae16-d6v7e1l.png

Re: Building a new pc

CPU socket 1151 is in-sales now, but i don't have list for 1151

here is CPU socket 1150, just bought it to my friend around one month.

CPU   Intel 4 Cores 4 Threads Core i5-4460 Haswell Refresh
Motherboard   GIGABYTE  GA-B85M-Gaming 3 B85,DDR3,LGA 1150,USB3.0,SATA3 6Gb/s,M.ATX M/B
RAM   KLEVV DDR3 2x8GB Value Series 1600Mhz CL9
Display card   GIGABYTE GV-N970WF3OC-4GD GTX970 4GB GDDR5 OC WindForce 3X 
Case   up-to-you
PSU   Antec VPF550 550W Bronze
HDD   WD Blue WD10EZEX 1TB SATA3 6Gb/s /64MB HDD
SSD   ADATA Premier Pro SP920 256GB 2.5" SATA3 ASP920SS3-256GM-C SSD 7mm

one question, what game you want to play for build up this PC?

Re: Building a new pc

"Dragoneit"

First when you decide to buy a new computer .. First question you should put yourself is for what are you gonna use it ?!
It depends so much about this .. cause if you want a workstation computer the price can go between 500 - 2000 $ Even more ..
If you want a GAMING PC ... It depends again on what resolution you want to play .. what settings you want to run your games low/medium/ultra .. You will pay a lot pf money on a VideoCard / GPU .
Reply and I will leave you a Configuration .

dRaKdiViN

Re: Building a new pc

ty for your answers.

The PC is for gamming and work (mostly Excel, AutoCAD and some structural analysis software)

I don't need a super ultra hight end PC but I want to play the latest games at least in hight settings and 60FPS

Re: Building a new pc

Reddit /buildapc community is very helpful with these inquires, have a look at the guides on the right column and all its different related reddits!

Re: Building a new pc

Intel processor with 4 core and a 4GB videocard, 8GB ram or better.