Gaming Computer Upgrade Holiday Wish List

Gaming Computer Upgrade Holiday Wish List

Gaming Wish List
So my son decides he wants to give me his Christmas list.  This is after I hounded him for days!  I about died when I saw what was on it.  I honestly don’t know who he thinks his parents are, but I can assure you, he won’t be getting a majority of these gifts!

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Lets start with the EVGA SuperNOVA 650 continuous power supply.   Apparently when you’re gaming you can’t just have a regular plug in power supply, you have to have a very special source of power.  This one is $75 at *** Amazon

How about this *** Intel Core i5 i5-4690K Quad-core (4 Core) 3.50 GHz Processor – Socket H3 LGA-1150 Pack CM8064601710803 ($220ish) I can’t even begin to say what this will do, but apparently it is very much needed.  You can probably tell by now that I am not that “gaming” or “computer” savvy when it comes to the innards of a PC.

Here’s another goodie!  Every gamer needs a good motherboard, right?  He picked out *** this one ($66) and I have no idea, again, what it is, what it does, and why he needs it, but it’s on his list, so I guess, he knows more than me!

He had a couple other things on his list, one was way more expensive, like $370 or something crazy like that.  It was a graphics card and he said he’d save up for that on his own, so he just wants money now…after we buy the gifts above! :O  He’s delusional. 

Do you have a gaming kid?  What’s on his/her holiday wish list?

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