A decent computer system for gaming with over 60 FPS doesn’t have to cost you all your life savings, of course you can buy one pre-built but why should you? Build it yourself for half the cost!
Of course, there are pros and cons in choosing between a pre-built computer system and building it yourself. Choosing a pre-built one will ease all your web searching for the parts you need but you will pay extra for it. Even so, the process might be more difficult for some of you that are not a Do It Yourself kind of guy. It is entirely your call!

All you need is a lot of patience, 1-2 screwdrivers and roughly $400. The first thing you need is a Case for your computer system, the Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced  is a good choice, it`s not very bulky for those of you who prefer a small and compact case. It supports the latest video cards from Radeon or GeForce, it comes with 2 fans included, and only weighs 3.3 Kg or 7.2 Lb. 

The second thing you will be looking for is a processor, the Intel Pentium G3258  processor will sound like an  odd choice at first but bear with me on this one. It has excellent performance with a frequency of 3.2 GHz and is perfect for those who want to “overclock”, it is a dual-core processor that supports 2 threads.

After you choose your case and processor the next thing you will need for your computer system is a motherboard. The Asus H81I-PLUS motherboard is a very simple one that doesn`t have useless features you will never use. It is perfect if you don`t want to spend a lot of money or don`t have a big budget therefore it will not support Crossfire. You will get 4 ports USB 2.0, 2 ports USB 3.0, 1 port HDMI and 1 port DVI-D.

The Kingston 8GB DDR3memory is perfect for gaming, Kingston is a company that offered us numerous quality products in the past and I recommend buying this memory.Looking for a graphics card? I got one for you, ASUS Radeon R7 260X with2GB GDDR5, it is simply the best choice by far, very good quality and accessible price. So you can play new games like Tomb Raider and Battlefield 4 with 55-61 FPS at 1080p resolution!The Seagate Barracuda 1TBHard disk runs at 7200RPM, it`s cheap and has a lot of great reviews it offers you a storage space of 1TB wich is sufficient.

The last thing you need, after you bought a proper gaming mouse and keyboard is a power supply, here`s one for you: Corsair Builder Series CX430M the 430W will be more than sufficient and you will not be needing to upgrade it in the future if you decide to upgrade your graphics card.
These are the components with which you can build your very own computer system that can run almost any new game with 1080p resolution, on medium or high settings. Happy searching!

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