Okay, so I have always recognized the superiority of PC's, but I've never actually had the initiative to make one, so I just stuck to Playstation. Now that I'm getting more into PC gaming, I want to make a gaming PC, but I'm honestly clueless as to what parts work well with eachother. I understand how to actually put a computer together, but I'm clueless about what will work the best together.
That being said, I want to make a $600 PC, purely for gaming. I just need help picking out the parts. I'm not including the accessories (monitor, keyboard, mouse, etc.) in the budget; the $600 is for the case, CPU, Graphics Card, Hard Drive, Processor, Motherboard, RAM, Power Supply, and everything like that. I'm not sure if this would change anything, but I love playing MMO's a bit more than single-player games. I like both, but I tend to spend a lot more time playing MMO's.
Help would be greatly appreciated! :)