Hello and welcome to the forums!My advise depends on your future plans.If the plan is to upgrade in the future, I'd recommend the first (cheapest) option. The processors you chose all run integrated graphics, but if you add a GPU later, that feature won't continue to benefit you, so I don't necessarily recommend spending the extra $100 on a CPU now when you could save that money for a better upgrade later.If you're not planning to add a GPU at any point, I would go with the "Not-so-cheap Build" since the better CPU will help eliminate some early bottlenecks.
Also, I can buy the Cheapest and Cheaper Builds now, but I am not able to get the Not-So-Cheap Build now. I know that doesn't matter that much, and the actual specs are more important than the time of purchasing.
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