Could someone give me a good build list for a gaming PC for under 700$ ?

I want to build a PC for under 700, I understand that it wont be a supercomputer but that's OK since I only want to play games like LoL and Minecraft. Please leave a build list with the prices and website.(Canadian only please!).

Thank you!!!

3 Answers

  • 7 years ago
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    ILikeGames, a 500W budget type power supply would not be enough for a GTX660.


    Canadian prices are more or less the same as US prices, just look for the same components on Newegg Canada.

    Not for under $700, but for under $800, you can build the best budget gaming PC:

    Yahoo answers will only allow up to 10 links, so I have to leave out the not so important components. Just copy paste in the search field on Newegg to find them, I will give the full name but no link for those.

    BEST BUDGET GAMING DESKTOP PC BUILD FOR THE MONEY (under $750.00USD for the tower only)

    Monitor, keyboard and mouse can add from $175 to over $500, depending on size and model you want.

    All prices are in $USD and in the USA, current as of December 2012 and they might be slightly different one way or the other by now.

    Also, some shipping charges may apply to some of the items.

    Add your state sales tax if you reside in NJ, CA or TN - that's where Newegg has warehouses.

    Look for similar parts on Amazon, Tiger Direct, etc if you want to avoid paying Uncle Sam.


    Processor: Intel Core i3-3220 Ivy Bridge 3.3GHz LGA 1155 55W Dual-Core Desktop Processor - $119.99

    Motherboard: ASRock Z77 Pro3 LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard - $94.99

    After market CPU Cooler - Cooler Master Hyper EVO - $35.99 (Stock Intel cooler sucks and it's noisy too)

    Memory (RAM): G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM 1600MHz - $39.99

    Graphics Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 - $149.99

    Hard Drive: 500GB Seagate Barracuda SATA III (6.0Gb/s), 7200rpm - $59.99

    Optical Drive: LITE-ON DVD Burner - Bulk Black SATA Model iHAS124-04 - OEM - $17.99

    Power Supply (PSU): CORSAIR Builder Series CX600 V2 600W ATX12V v2.3 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply - $69.99

    PC Case (Tower): Rosewill CHALLENGER Black Gaming ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - $49.99

    Operating System (OS): Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit OEM - $99.99

    TOTAL: $747.90USD

    Good luck with your build.



    For only $10 more, you can get a better PC Case:

    COOLER MASTER HAF 912 RC-912-KKN1 Black SECC/ ABS Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - $59.99

    Source(s): Upgraded, repaired and built several gaming and office desktop computers over the last 14 years. Also upgraded and repaired several laptops and Netbooks. Linux geek.
  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    You can download ccleaner for free here:

    First open CCleaner

    Go to the Cleaner tab and you will be confronted by a very confusing lineup of checkboxes.

    To make this brief, below is my recommended setup:

    Under internet explorer check temporary internet files, cookies, and last download location. Most users don't really need this stuff. keep history and bookmarks unchecked, history is a maybe, but you don't want to lose bookmarked sites. You can normally leave Windows Explorer, System, and Advanced alone.

    Run CCleaner and it will start deleting files.

    afterward it will present you with a list of the files deleted, you really don't need to go through it as it will be several pages long.

    The registry cleaner is recommended for slightly more advanced users. Use it after uninstalling programs as they will often leave behind incorrect registry entries.

    If you decide to run Registry cleaner then review the items detected and always back up the registry (I keep a folder aside for this)

    The Tools tab lets you uninstall programs and set startup programs. Why do you need this if Windows has all of these features? Especially with Vista Home Ed. The windows defender software explorer( startup programs) doesn't pick up some entries (however software explorer is easier to use).

    Using CCleaner to uninstall programs and then check for leftover registry entries takes less time.

    Under Options you can determine how CCleaner cleans your files. I leave this alone.

  • 7 years ago


    Graphics card: ASUS GeForce GTX 660 OC DirectCU 1020MHZ 2GB 6.0GHZ GDDR5 2xDVI HDMI DisplayPort PCI-E Video Card - $194

    CPU: Intel Core i5 3470 Quad Core Processor LGA1155 3.2GHZ Ivy Bridge 6MB Retail - $189

    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77-HD3 ATX Z77 LGA1155 DDR3 2PCI-E16 2PCI-E1 2PCI CrossFire SATA3 USB3.0 Motherboard - $99

    Power supply: Corsair CX Series CX500 500W ATX 12V 80 Plus Bronze Power Supply 120mm Fan - $39

    Hard drive: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200RPM 64MB SATA 6Gbps 3.5in Internal Hard Drive - OEM - $67

    Memory (RAM) : Kingston HyperX Blu Black Series 8GB 2X4GB DDR3-1600 CL9 DIMM Dual Channel Memory Kit - $71

    Case: Corsair Carbide Series 300R Black Gaming Case ATX 3X5.25 4X3.5 Front USB Audio - $69

    DVD drive (optional) - ASUS BC-12B1ST Internal 12X Blu-Ray Reader & 16X DVD Writer Combo Drive SATA OEM - $59

    TOTAL = $787 (The best I could do without sacrifices some of the major components)

    Website -

    **** Duroletz

    My PC is a gaming PC with a GTX 680, i7 3770k, custom water-cooling, ROG mobo and it has a 650 watt PSU. People think that they need a super high wattage PSU, when in reality, the GTX 600 series are extremely power efficient and don't need a lot of wattage.

    Source(s): Computer knowledge, building experience
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