She's a big fan of black actually, so I think she would love this! Thanks for taking your time to help me out :D
No, I'll be supplying the peripherals (I have a ton of extra stuff lying around from years of upgrades XD) and yes, in USD.
Can I get a link to this build so I could customize it a little bit?
Why not a 7600k instead of the 6600k? It runs faster and for a cheaper price. (Where I live at least)
Where did you get it? Is it still selling for that price? I'm looking for a new monitor so I was just wondering.
He wants to do some gaming like CS:GO and r6s. He's not a graphics freak. Also his budget is the newest macbook with the best specs.
No, he doesnt plan on taking anywhere, he just thought for some reason that he macbook would perform the best. (He's not to familiar with pc's...)
How much was that graphics card?
I dont think I can get and Intel cpu, as I'm trying to keep this build under 1000, but I dont see why 3gb is a choke in bf1 because I use the same card and run mid settings with 60 fps on most maps.
I'll have to get my friend to come help me with that as I have no experience with overclocking and I will need to get an aftermarket cpu cooler but I could try it.
That's ok with me, i'm not really a high end pc gamer who want's 60 fps or above all the time as I am playing on a crappy laptop so I don't really have the experience of 60fps. Won't make a difference to me except it will be actually playable on my custom build.
What If I turned everything on low for Arma 3? How many frames would I get then?
So It's fine for what I plan on using it for?
Is my fx-8300 better than the fx-6350?
I got some things like the card and the case as a gift, So I dont need to buy them I just wanted an opinion on my items.
It goes way over budget but this is the best I can get if you plan on using it for gaming, I'm pretty new to pc's though so someone else might be able to help out more.
Also, do you want 1080p?
Do you want a mechanical keyboard, and if so what type?
I would want a fx-8300 over the intel core, but that's just personal opinion.
I'm with Tyreathian, you should get a psu with just a little more wattage, just to be safe.
What kind of build are you trying to make? If it's a gaming build than it'll be hard to keep it within 350, but if it's a work build than that's more reasonable.