First Gaming PC

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lodocarbo
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Hi everybody, I need a pc for gaming but I have some dubts: Is better(for my first pc)build one myself or buy in a shop an Acer Aspire Predator(i7 920, liquid cooling, 8GBDDR3, 2TB(2x1TB) hot swap, nVidia gtx285+screen 24" full HD )2500 swiss francs, about to 2158$???

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You posted in the wrong section. Please post in the Hardware section.

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Vortex2012
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It'd be better to build one yourself.

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It depends, you can buy a pc and add on to it or build it yourself. If you're comfortable building a pc on your own, go for it, it would be a good learning experience too.

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Plus you would save a bunch of $

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