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After the recent review of Falcon Northwest's Tiki PC, I have been inspired to build a similar spec PC, possibly the last tower computer I would build.

I haven't upgraded my current tower so I thought why do I even bother having a huge lump which has been a hassle in it's 4 hour moves.

BUDGET: No more than

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Are you going to be overclocking? if not dont get a K version CPU your paying more for nothing

If your not bothered about bluray keep your current optical drives

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I would shop around on those parts. I managed to get the first new pc specs for about

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Are you going to be overclocking? if not dont get a K version CPU your paying more for nothing

If your not bothered about bluray keep your current optical drives

Conversely, the K version comes with Intel 4000 series graphics... if he's not a big gamer, he could try to just use the onboard GPU and save some money. TF2 certainly runs on a 4000 series.

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also if not overclocking, even the h7x or b7x motherboards will do.

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Also the new Intel core i7s should be soon, if you happy to wait i would. No point buying something when 2 mouths or so be out of debt. You might even get that part for less.

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All From Ebuyer.com

Asus P8Z77-V DELUXE Z77 Socket 1155 8 Channel HD Audio ATX Motherboard

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No overclocking here!

I think most of the cost is the case and someone building it for you. I wonder if I'd be able to get the car and a couple of bits then put the rest in myself. Hmm.

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