a mid tower case, and a full tower case. My computer knowledge is only above average and when my tax refund gets here im getting a new gaming PC. Is the extra money worth getting a full tower case?
yeah i couldnt do that, not because i dont know how but my hands tremble really bad.Buy your own parts and build it yourself its so much easier! And also full tower is HUMONGOUS. Mid tower is like your normal computer height. Full tower is NOT worth the extra weight and space.
I got you.really im just looking to run fallout 3 and Fallout NV, however i dont want it to become a complete waste. I want it to be decent enough to run other games in the future like Fallout 4
1000 with everything can get you a very nice Intel build.Yeah, go with mid tower case. Get one that you like and one that fits well with the motherboard.
I think the build you have right now is decent enough. If you are on a budget, I would go with AMD. The only thing that is going to slow your computer down is the hard drive. If you want to upgrade anything, get a SSD.
It certainly is if you want better cooling and cable management it also depends on how big your motherboard is and how many Graphics cards your putting into it.Buy your own parts and build it yourself its so much easier! And also full tower is HUMONGOUS. Mid tower is like your normal computer height. Full tower is NOT worth the extra weight and space.
Well even with less than 1G, you can build a new budget build with an i3A full tower case is usually unneeded unless you have an extended mobo and extra video cards. Mid-tower works for even high end gaming builds.
I only recommend Intel if you have $1000 or more to spend on the build, otherwise it's not really all that worth the cost.
With a PSU, don't worry so much about getting massive wattage as just a good brand that won't crap out on you, a quick look shows you'd be more than fine on 400 W. I suggest Seasonic for the brand. Modular is nice if you find it, too.
If you're doing gaming I wouldn't recommend anything below a Radeon 6870.