Monday, 3 June 2013

Build the Best Gaming / Editing Computer / PC under $1000

Do you want to build a computer with which you can use do image editing by using softwares like Adobe Photoshop or do some video editing & rendering by using softwares like Adobe Premiere, After Effects or Sony Vegas?

Do you also want to play latest graphics intensive games at ultra high settings like Crysis 3, Bioshock or any other game that you love?

You are at the right place as I am going to guide you through a list of PC components which will help you build the best gaming/editing PC under $1000. Keep in mind that, this list will not include any other part except the CPU. So lets get started.

You can view and buy all components from Amazon from here: Buy the Best Gaming PC Components for $1000 from Amazon.


-AMD FX-8350

AMD FX-8350




Graphics Card

-Gigabyte R9 280X GDDR5-3GB


-Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3

Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3


-Samsung 840 120 GB

Samsung 840 120 GB

Hard Drive

-WD Blue 1TB Desktop Hard Drive

WD Blue 1TB Desktop Hard Drive

Power Supply/ PSU

-Corsair Builder Series CX600

Corsair Builder Series CX600

Optical Drive

-Samsung Optical Drive SH-224 DB/BEBE
Samsung Optical Drive SH-224 DB/BEBE


-NZXT Guardian Black SECC Steel Chassis

NZXT Guardian Black SECC Steel Chassis
So here you have it, an extremely powerful editing and gaming PC. Your CPU will be a processing powerhouse, thanks to the 8 cores of AMD FX-8350. 

With 16GB of RAM, you will have the best multitasking experience ever, softwares like Adobe After Effects, Photoshop will run with ease.

And when you are done with your work, you can have a real HD gaming experience, credit goes to the Gigabyte Gigabyte R9 280X . You can run most of the latest games with ultra-high settings.

Your computer will boot and run blazingly fast, thanks to Samsung 840 120GB SSD's. These are amazing! You also have a large storage space of 1 TB to store videos, games and everything you like without ever worrying about running out of space.

You can choose a different case if you want but, I like my cases to look spectacular and impress anyone with the first glimpse.

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