Help With Building a Custom Gaming PC
#1
Hi there, I'm new to the forums, the site, and gaming PC's in general - I was just wondering, could anyone perhaps assist me with building a budget custom gaming PC?

My budget is >$1000 AUD, and I want an i7 (4.5GHz), Min. 8GBs RAM, Min. 100 GB SSD, Min. 1TB HDD. Additionally, I'd like to be able to expand all specs (excluding CPU obviously) so multiple ports are a must. Any other specs I do not mind too much at the moment.

Could anyone out there assist me in building one on Evatech? I'd like to get <50 FPS on CS:GO, if that's at all possible.

Thank you!

Zazerr
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#2
Hi Zazerr!

Welcome, and thanks for posting.

There are a few configurations we can offer you for your consideration based on what you've said. Please check them out and let us know your thoughts.

This one would perform just fine in CS:GO.
https://evatech.com.au/desktop-pcs/4831-...ition.html

This one caters to your request of storage space and a little bump in performance which should give better graphics in games like CS:GO and other titles by improving on the CPU and graphics card choice.
https://evatech.com.au/pcsummary.php?sysid=111479

Finally, this one caters to all your requests. The price is quite a bit higher than your $1,000 budget but would certainly be a better all round performer and likely last you a few extra years (as far as gaming is concerned) over the previous options due to being more capable.
https://evatech.com.au/pcsummary.php?sysid=111480

Seems like you may have been led by some American pricing of components - unfortunately it's practically impossible to get an i7 4.5GHz CPU while being a decent gaming PC for closer to $1,000 assembled.

Please let us know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them!
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#3
(12/10/2017, 09:52 am)Ryan Wrote: Hi Zazerr!

Welcome, and thanks for posting.

There are a few configurations we can offer you for your consideration based on what you've said. Please check them out and let us know your thoughts.

This one would perform just fine in CS:GO.
https://evatech.com.au/desktop-pcs/4831-...ition.html

This one caters to your request of storage space and a little bump in performance which should give better graphics in games like CS:GO and other titles by improving on the CPU and graphics card choice.
https://evatech.com.au/pcsummary.php?sysid=111479

Finally, this one caters to all your requests. The price is quite a bit higher than your $1,000 budget but would certainly be a better all round performer and likely last you a few extra years (as far as gaming is concerned) over the previous options due to being more capable.
https://evatech.com.au/pcsummary.php?sysid=111480

Seems like you may have been led by some American pricing of components - unfortunately it's practically impossible to get an i7 4.5GHz CPU while being a decent gaming PC for closer to $1,000 assembled.

Please let us know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them!

Thank you for your reply Ryan,

I was wondering - if I went with a custom gaming PC, and later on decided to replace one or more of the components, would I be locked into staying with the pre-built PC in order to not void my warranty?

As I don't have a very high budget at the moment, I was thinking of individually upgrading the specs of my PC as I went along, so if I, say, a few months down the road, changed a few parts, would I void my warranty completely?

Or would the part(s) that I removed just lose their warranty?

Looking forward to your reply.
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#4
All our components have an individual per-component warranty, so even if you remove something, everything will still be covered (providing you don't physically damage anything which voids warranty of course).

You're more than welcome to make changes to your system once it's in your hands.
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