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    Building a gaming PC for your kids is a big step, but it's also important to maintain perspective and remember that you're not building it for yourself. So, stop looking at that RTX 2080 Ti! Generally speaking, a good budget build is a way to go for kids, something that's capable enough to play games like Fortnite and Minecraft without costing a lot to put together. These are some of the best parts you can use for such a build, with a total spend coming in under $450.
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    AMD Athlon 200GE

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    07-18-2019 11:42 AM

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