Hello everyone. I made a post here about 8 or so months ago asking about which computer to buy for getting started in PC simracing. I was told to build my own computer as it would be cheaper and last longer. Unfortunately, I didn't have any saved money at the time and decided to go the real cheap route with... Forza. Needless to say, that hasn't turned out too well. Anyhow, I now have money saved up and I'm ready to roll. It's still a modest amount, but I'm hoping it will do. I have about 750 euro (1000 USD) for a computer that is mainly to be used for racing. I need a specific list of parts to buy (links from websites). I have been searching around and have found some sites that walk you through building the actual machine, so I should be fine in that regard. I just need to know what to buy for maximum performance while staying in my price range (if absolutely necessary, I could go up to about 900 euros for the machine, if you think adding an extra 150 euros will increase capability that much.) I live in the US market, and any help is greatly appreciated. Upon project completion, I will give a modest 20$ (about 15 euros) to the person who gives me the parts list. lol just note it will take me some time to complete the project, and that you need paypal for me to send the money. I just feel a little compensation is due because there are so many parts and specs, and I feel overwhelmed with the prospect of searching through them when I don’t know what exactly I need. A few things you should know incase helping me interests you. -I won’t use this machine for much else besides simracing. -I would like good graphics, but if that has to go be the way side in order for better operation and price, so be it. -I’m in the US market so suggesting sites that only ship to Europe will be a problem. -I would like to pay no more than 750 euros, but I could go up to 900 if it’s a MUST in order to build a good, solid PC. -I may defeat you out on the circuit should I get into the PC racing world If you need to know more, just ask away. Thanks for reading guys!