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Looking for a good pre built gaming pc for 500-550 $!

I already have a nice gaming monitor, mouse as well as keyboard. All I need now is to buy a nice pre built gaming pc! So where can I get the best bank for my buck. AND NO, before you say it, I will not attempt to "build" a pc even if it is "easy" as you guys often say. So please, just answer my question directly without saying to build it myself :/
Thanks for your help!
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  1. prebuilt -gaming ?? that to me sounds like a oxymoron [ lol ] I'm sure theres something they claim will do the job??
  2. i would highly recommend trying to build one on your own, because it'll be so much better.
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    This is the best one I could find in that price range. I know its 50$ over but its a massive improvement over the ones that are 100$ cheaper. It should be able to max out games from 2012 and under. Newer games can probably run at med/high settings. Eventually, you could upgrade the graphics card to something better to max out modern games.

    $600: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883227595&cm_re=gaming_pc-_-83-227-595-_-Product
  4. iballew said:
    This is the best one I could find in that price range. I know its 50$ over but its a massive improvement over the ones that are 100$ cheaper. It should be able to max out games from 2012 and under. Newer games can probably run at med/high settings. Eventually, you could upgrade the graphics card to something better to max out modern games.

    $600: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883227595&cm_re=gaming_pc-_-83-227-595-_-Product

    this is a really good choice. go with this.
  5. iballew said:
    This is the best one I could find in that price range. I know its 50$ over but its a massive improvement over the ones that are 100$ cheaper. It should be able to max out games from 2012 and under. Newer games can probably run at med/high settings. Eventually, you could upgrade the graphics card to something better to max out modern games.

    $600: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883227595&cm_re=gaming_pc-_-83-227-595-_-Product

    Thanks man! That looks perfect!
    Your possibly the only mature enough person here to answer the question I had, rather then just say to build it myself. I think I can budge to that 600$ price tag, so thanks again in advance!
    Unless somebody can outdo this fellow, this is probably what ill be aiming for this Christmas!
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