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Offline dubzi  
#1 Posted : Saturday, 4 February 2017 3:19:07 p.m.(UTC)
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I am looking around at some prices of building a new gaming pc. My budget is $800 (not a lot). The only game I have trouble with my pc now is Rust, so am wanting the new pc to be able to run Rust on a low/medium setting with no frames dropping. Thanks for your help
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, 7 February 2017 8:46:21 a.m.(UTC)
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Morning Dubzi,


Are there any components you can bring over from your current PC to keep the price down for example your storage drives.


If you know whcih component is holding you back I can better quote your system as the current quote is for a brand new and built system by us.


Let me know if you would like any components changed or removed.


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