800 Complete Gaming Pc

I am looking to buy a complete gaming pc(parts, monitor, and os) that will be able to game at atleast medium settings for my first build.

I am not worried about the monitors resolution too much(im used to the 1366x768 screen of a laptop) and preffer the parts to be from new egg.  I will not upgrade for awhile, so i would like relatively new parts.





Best I could do, I'm not all that good with high-ish budget builds.

You could spare so much money if you bought an APU (CPU and GPU in one). Those things are awesome for low-budget builds. The a10 5800k can run pretty much any game, maybe not with the highest settings but atleast high (with a 1366 x 768) and they dont cost more than $130.

Ignore that first post, forgot to actually read what you wanted.

This should be abit better, and if need be you can ditch the second 7770.


I'd say any budget over $600, an APU is out of the question because you have so much more to spend on parts.

Wouldn't it be better if you ditched crossfire and went for a better single gpu?  I've read about xfire on lower end cards and most of them don't turn out well.

It's going to be a little hard to get a high performing pc with your price tag, considering that you want all peripherals included.

I'm not looking to max every game i play, i am just tired of not beeing able to do any type of gaming on a terrible laptop.  Just want to keep the price down and atleast run games at medium ish settings.

I think you can go cheaper... Soon there will be "Richland" APU released, great improvement over "Trinity". Even with a great "Trinity" gaming build for about 500-600$ you can play Battlefield 3 at 1080p35-45fpsUltra at stock clocks, overclocked the CPU/APU and GPU and you can really play at 1080p60-65+fpsUltra. Its a beast for a price of 500-600 bucks. With "Richland" CPU/APU and an Radeon HD 7670 for dual graphics/hybrid crossfire X and you can play Battlefield 3 without any overlocking at 1080p60fpsUltra+recording(probavly,surely), it will be out nexth month (March 19)....

Monitor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236311

Best place to buy OS: http://www.missionsofts.com/microsoft-windows-7-home-premium-sp1-64-bit-oem-dell/

So that's 150, adding in a couple bucks for a mouse and keyboard.

Your budget is 800, so 800 - 150 = 650.

Here's my suggestion- 


Just a tad overbudget. Also, there's no optical drive, but they're only about 15 dollars, so about 25 dollars overbudget. Sell your fish, and then you'll have enough.

Here is mine... Its an okay build. Got an SSD to get your windows up and running really fast, the power supply is great with a safety feature so your PC does not go boom and also it has a great cooler so you can overclock it... The HDD is fine, I did my research. You wont get disapointed. The keyboard is an Saitek Cyborg V5, great for gaming and durable... YOul get a slight egde over someone that has a ordinary keyboard...

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/D6aM 635$