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    Building your own PC from scratch isn't cheap, but it doesn't have to be expensive, especially when we're looking at PC components discounted with Prime Day deals. We've put together a gaming PC build that costs less than $900. It's a capable build too, rocking a quad-core processor and enough graphics performance for solid 1080p and even some 1440p gaming.
    While this is a more budget-focused build, there are deals that allow you to put together a more powerful PC for less, but with Black Friday just around the corner, it may be worth holding out on a component or two if you really want a specific part.

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    10-14-2020 08:30 AM

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