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Oct 05, 12 at 3:16am
hiigaran


i was talking about self-built computers, not pre-built ones. a prebuilt of the same quality and performance would likely cost a couple hundred extra.



Oct 04, 12 at 8:18pm
TheAnswerer


quote hiigaran
are you looking to build, or to buy a computer, though? you can get it better if you build it, and for that price, you can get a pretty decent rig of high quality.
I didn't know I could find a high quality pre-built computer for $550-600. Thanks for telling me. That will be much, much easier.



Oct 04, 12 at 7:36am
hiigaran


are you looking to build, or to buy a computer, though? you can get it better if you build it, and for that price, you can get a pretty decent rig of high quality.



Oct 04, 12 at 6:13am
Crusad3r


Which country are you from TheAnswerer? Most countries have their own hardware resellers so it's kind of hard to link parts without knowing where you're from.

You won't need much of a computer to play TF2 though. Your nearest electronics store can sell you a laptop that can run TF2 flawlessly for around $600. Just make sure it has a dedicated graphics card.



Oct 03, 12 at 5:02pm
TheAnswerer


I would like to know the best possible gaming computer build I could get for $550 or under. (can go a little bit over) I am looking for something that I won't have to upgrade for a long time, and can run Team Fortress 2 flawlessly, no matter how crazy the rounds get. I don't know much about computers. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.



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