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First off, I understand building one myself would be cheaper, and assembly is like "putting together big legos," and I'd be able to pick all of the parts myself. I've done it before and I do not want to do it again.
So does anyone know a reputable/reasonable place to buy a gaming PC? I'm not looking for bleeding edge, as I don't have too much time to play games anymore, but I'd like to be able to play Guild Wars 2, Planet Side 2, and Dark Souls at 1920x1080 and have them both look and perform well.
Right now I'm leaning toward AVA Direct I guess, as I've heard not great things about ibuypower and cyberpower. Has anyone had experience with these or other companies?