What is the best way to buy/build a gaming computer?
I do not know a ton about computers and I just want to play games like Age of Empires without having to spend a $1000.
The thing with gaming computers, whether you buy one or build one, is that you'll need a good quality GPU, a lot of hard disk, lots of memory and a good cooling system. This is why gaming computers are more expensive than regular desktops - they need the higher spec to do the job. I've seen some ok gaming PC's on amazon for around $700, but for an extra few hundred dollars you can get something that is top notch rather than just ok (and that will be out of date soon).
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