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Budget: 700$. No more. It isn't possible.
I am new to building pcs, I have never built one before, so I am a beginner at this.
I mostly game on computers. I would like to start livestreaming games onto websites, but my current pc doesn't have the power for it, so I am looking to build a new one!

I am coming here for suggestions on what parts to buy, because to be honest, if I picked them myself I would screw up and pick the wrong ones or just overall buy parts that don't really work for what I need. I also do not have a copy of windows 7, so I will need one of those too.

I would imagine I could use the 4gb of ram I currently use in this PC on my new one if that would work. I don't really use lots of hard drive space, so lots of memory isn't a priority. I just want the PC to be able to run games for the most part.
 

Oddba11

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It has basic builds with quality hardware. Find one that suits your needs and adjust the hardware to fit your budget.

You can ask 10 people for a $xxx build, and you will get 10 different answers...and none of them may suit what you are wanting/trying to do. You asked for a guideline, and I provided one.

Those builds also don't include the OS, tax, or shipping. So a $500 build, plus Win7 ($100), plus tax and shipping will be in the $700 range.
 

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Well and plus, items listed on there are out of stock. I don't know how to pick new items. I don't know what ones would be compatible. So yeah, not really helpful to me.
 

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Do you intend to go amd or intel?
Do you need a case, keyboard, mouse, optical drive or are you going to reuse those items?
 

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It's only as helpful as the amount of effort you are wanting to expend. If you want someone to give you a list of exact parts to buy, then someone else can help you.

I obviously wrongly assumed that as were going to build your own PC, you were also willing to expend a little effort and learn about computers along the way. If a part is out of stock, perform a little research and find a replacement. You can also post the list of parts that you decide upon and get help or guidance.
 

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This is exactly why I post on different forums instead of these ones, people are complete jerks. Goodbye.
 
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