$750 gaming pc

I need someone to help me build a $750 gaming pc to play games I don't have an OS so I need that in budget to. I have no clue where to start please help

Do you need keyboard/monitor/mouse included? What kind of games do you want to play?

Best I can do: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/10dxj


I actually got something similar

Yeah, yours is about $20 more than mine. Depends on whether or not his budget is flexible.

Depends whether he wants a sucky psu ;)

I don't even remember what I put now, but I suspect Brennan had something to do with it

Seasonic... shoulda known

Seasonic G 550 4 lyfe.


SeaSonic power supplies aren't bad, Corsair is the best for my money though.

The Corsair CX series doesn't share the quality of any other Corsair series. Better off with XFX if you want a budget buy.

And yeah, I thought "if I don't spend that little bit extra on Silverstone of Seasonic, he will have something to say..."

I like the AX series, but they're expensive. XFX does make a good budget psu though.

The HX series is a bit of a discounted AX series. I'll be using a Corsair 750W HX in my next build.

The HX series is just as good, and cheaper.

Theres a $5 difference between the HX and AX750.

In the UK it is more of a £30-40 difference. Price of a HDD.

Not always, though. The AX can get a lot more expensive, and so can the HX. Modularity is unimportant unless you need/want to sleeve more easily. The insides of the HX and AX are exactly the same.

I want to play games like minecraft and dayz I would like a mouse and keyboard but no monitor

Thought I'd mention this:

XFX PSUs are of top notch quality.  They aren't "budget" PSUs by any means.  If I'm not mistaken, I do believe they are manufactured by Seasonic.  You really can't go wrong with any of the PSUs mentioned above.  I have the Corsair CX600, and so far, it works great.  No problems thus far.  It's 80+ bronze and has a strong, single 12 volt rail.  Other than it not being modular, I can't complain.  I got it on Newegg for around $50.  :)

Ah, yes.  This is where I saw it...