PC choices

Hi, recently I have decided to get a new gaming PC and was wondering if I could get some help in choice. I have selected 2 PCs I have found, one is the Digital Storm Marauder Gaming PC, and the other is a custom build, The "Build a Gaming PC for $750 - August 2012" from duncan33303. If someone could give me some advice on which to choose I have around an $800 budget but can go to $900 for better performance if needed. If you guys have a better build you can recommend please do.
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The "Build a Gaming PC for $750 - August 2012" option is really good, however its not $750 via the Amazon links. Its $851.26 plus any applicable taxes.

You may wish to look elsewhere for the same parts, such as NCIX, Newegg, or Microcentre.

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What about the Marauder?
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02/14/2013 04:08 PMPosted by Angki
What about the Marauder?


Overpriced..

If you're looking prebuilt, you can usually find an ibuypower that's decent.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883227445
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Is this what you use?
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This review likes the Marauder for gaming - sounds like a decent machine for that. There is little doubt that the handmade machine would outperform it though.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2012157/digital-storm-marauder-review-good-gaming-little-else.html
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I was planning on using this for other things too. Could you recommend another build that would handle wow on medium settings except for s-detail in the 35-50 frame rate range while still being under $900?
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If you're comfortable being just on the edge of $900, this would be a really good option:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883227453
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I was looking for more around the $750-$800 range. Also on the 1st iBUYPOWER I could not find where it says if it has HDMI would you know?
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02/14/2013 04:49 PMPosted by Angki
I was looking for more around the $750-$800 range. Also on the 1st iBUYPOWER I could not find where it says if it has HDMI would you know?


The 1st ibuypower one I linked does have HDMI. If you check the images, you can see dual dvi, 1 vga, and 1 hdmi connection.
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It has HDMI. Almost all video cards now have HDMI built directly into the card. If it doesn't you can use a DVI-HDMI adapter.
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Ressie I was wondering do you have experience with this PC?
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02/14/2013 05:13 PMPosted by Angki
Ressie I was wondering do you have experience with this PC?


Sorry.. No, I don't. However ibuypower can have decent systems for decent prices.
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