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Gaming Computer Build 2012 (part 1)

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Published on Apr 20, 2012

Parts that I chose to use for my build.

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Devin Adamson
sup brad been a long time....looking good bro. glab you got a hobby you really enjoy
Got Em, Boi
you dont need a 750 watt powers upply just cause its a "gaming PC", frankly 750 watts is overkill
BRADLEY A WALKER
All of the parts cost me about 1,100 including next day shipping. When I added windows 7 ultimate that's when the price went up. Sorry I didn't mention that in the video.
nico5179
@2882bradwalker Obviously personal preferente is important, but to spend $1400 for the rig you have that is a mid range gaming PC is really throwing your money out the winfow! All those parts are not even worth $800 at best!
BRADLEY A WALKER
Good for you. I will admit some parts could have been left out of my rig, but it really is all about your own personal preference.
nico5179
1400 Dollars?? I can build a 1000 Dollars Gaming PC and it will literally kick your PCs ass!! Many things u don´t need for a gaming PC, wifi card? Blue ray recordable drive? :-S
BRADLEY A WALKER
You can go too newegg.com and find prices for computer parts. A 750 Watt power supply costs between $80. - $100.
CallofTheDubbie
ok well thanks for the tip! how much money does a 750 wat cost?
BRADLEY A WALKER
Your power supply might work fine right now but when you want to upgrade to a more powerful graphics card you may run into problems, or if you are running two graphics cards in crossfire x mode 450 watts might not be powerful enough. Thanks for commenting.
CallofTheDubbie
Wow my power supply is only 450 and works fine
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