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Hard Drive memory of at least 1 TB or more. ^Above is just a normal computer specs around 600$ (I based on my desktop computer) A real gaming computer The same can be said of all Intel’s Extreme Edition processors. Have you put spending on games ahead of your financial responsibilities? Thats the most important factor in giving a recommendation Back to topReplyReplies (0)OptionsTopReplies (0)00boXerrumble Florida FanMember since Sep 201128087 postsre: Gaming computer questionPosted by boXerrumble on 3/17/16 at 11:19 am to Source

First gaming computer Build! Intel is the way to go unless your budget is below $1,000 -- and even then, it may still be the better choice. Want more? Back to top #7 rhino1366 rhino1366 Banned 524 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:08:59 AM Posted 07 February 2015 - 08:11 AM Well..... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/21667-10-gaming-computer-questions

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solved My computer crashes consistently after 5 to 10 minuets of gaming even easy to run games like Fist Full of Frags. Keep it the way it is, the creator is lazy. http://www.newegg.co...N82E16824001397 realistically my pocketbook would never need all of those top of the line features so I would happily settle for a $800 LG http://www.newegg.co...N82E16824005204 and then there is the $250 Are most of your friends gamers?

Sound cards aren't even needed unless you have very high end headphones to hear the difference. Depends on your power needs. Wheres the best place to look for these computers? Steam for less than 100 USD I would choose something like this : http://www.newegg.co...N82E16811147107.

My CPU is as simple as it gets, a AMD Phemon II 3.2 GHz "true" Quad Core Design 2.0 MB Total Cache. More about : gaming computer question okcnaline a b 4 Gaming November 3, 2014 7:48:31 PM 1) What laptop is it? Throw in microstuttering on high end games that you want to be super smooth, and it becomes a very "meh" thing to suggest. http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2359611/gaming-computer-question.html That is espesially true considering that usually it's the problem of the headphones/headset/speakers.

Thing is, SLI/Crossfire already had the negative of not running DOUBLE or TRIPLE the performance, and on games that only support one card, you're usually talking having used a cheaper card GPU Comparision GPU Hierarchy Chart performance to price ratio CPU Hierarchy Chart same but with cpus' AMD Drivers Nvidia Drivers GPU Driver Removal Tool by Guru3D CCleaner by Piriform direct download Can anyone please give me some advice. Ask !

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Rollback Post to Revision RollBack #16 Mar 1, 2012 kaelvin kaelvin View User Profile View Posts Send Message Diamond Miner Location: Washington State, USA Join Date: 10/18/2011 Posts: 792 Member Details https://www.reddit.com/r/pcgamingtechsupport/ My original build had a GTX 500 series card. Best Gaming Pc CPU is extremely easy to max out, i5 2500k maxes every game right now. Pc Part Picker Quote from Satharis It's a TV sized monitor, that actually makes your game performance worse, anything about 24-25" is about the limit you really want to go to.

These extras aren’t required. http://itinfosecure.com/gaming-pc/gaming-computer-build.php I hope to gain your insight as I always respect an informed Hardware junkie =) Side note: the only reason I would personally get a sound card is for audio rendering. HD, you can waste a fortune on HD's if you want, 500gb is fine. Sound cards aren't even needed unless you have very high end headphones to hear the difference. Newegg

Side note, I agree, screw apple monitors. Several functions may not work. March 24th 2012 #11 Mar 1, 2012 not_a_zombie not_a_zombie View User Profile View Posts Send Message Void Walker Join Date: 8/4/2011 Posts: 1,797 Minecraft: not_a_zombie Member Details Quote from kaelvin Here's http://itinfosecure.com/gaming-pc/gaming-computer.php HELP!! (self.pcgamingtechsupport)submitted 20 hours ago by RaijinSSBcommentshareloading...16012Looking for a good laptop (self.pcgamingtechsupport)submitted 22 hours ago by TMDaniel1 commentshareloading...17012Fallout New Vegas mouse controls (self.pcgamingtechsupport)submitted 1 day ago by Saxeman17commentshareloading...18012Can't get Commandos 2 (Steam) to work on Win 7 64bit (self.pcgamingtechsupport)submitted 1 day ago by elysiumchickencommentshareloading...19234Installed new wireless adapter

Last edited by kaelvin: Mar 1, 2012 Rollback Post to Revision RollBack Villagers need to turn into zombies once killed by a zombie... Related: SSD vs HDD - Which is best for you? I probably could've saved maybe $50-60 looking back on it, but I think you really need to increase your budget a little.Back to topReplyReplies (1)OptionsTopReplies (1)00yankfand LSU FanBaton Rouge, LouisianaMember since

The SSD will only improve loading from the hard drive into RAM.

Your best bet is to buy a refurbished computer with the right motherboard, and then upgrade the cpu, ram, and graphics card. Anything on top of that is effectively useless. I'm one of the few people that likes having an optical drive, some people don't even use them anymore, I'll admit I rarely use CD's of any kind. By my calculations the average build I have spent roughly 1220.00 USD sans shipping and handling.

Even a modest desktop can put current consoles to shame and run today’s most demanding games at 1080p. It should be capable of playing games such as Skyrim and Fallout (The move advanced games). Don’t fall for it. Check This Out We use the term gaming addict to describe our condition of having an obsession and compulsion to game, which grows worse over time, and an inability to limit our gaming, despite

My budget is 1300. As a gamer, you’ll want to stay away from low-end cards. Budget around 700$ (Please don't post any brand new builds. Curse Help Register Sign In Minecraft Forums Twitter Facebook Youtube Advanced Search News Forum Servers Wiki Premium Curse App Mods on Curse Rules Chat Desktop View Home Minecraft Forum Off Topic

NZXT makes good cases too, I'm not really a huge "case person." As long as you're talking the same quality I just opt to let people pick whatever paint they want. CyberPowerPC 2. Compulsive gaming is a condition that strikes both adults and children, sometimes at a young age and sometimes later in life.  Like other addictions, it does not discriminate based on age, Quote from kaelvin PSU's are great now-adays, back when 250 Watts was a market standard things had been very different, but now I would recommend anywhere between 550-700 Watt max power

Throw one of those new SB-E's in, two 7970's, 16 GB of 1333mhz RAM, a decent sized SSD, two 1 TB drives, and a 1200 watt PSU, and you will be I was thinking the same thing in terms of getting a keyboard mouse combo for around 30 USD, wired, and its a Logitech. : http://www.newegg.co...N82E16823126097 I'm thinking that is a great OS is.. Build it.

Really, build it yourself. Last edited by kaelvin: Mar 2, 2012 Rollback Post to Revision RollBack Villagers need to turn into zombies once killed by a zombie... The former has a slight advantage on the whole, but it's close. As a Monitor for your gaming rig can cost thousands of dollars alone, I doubt your information source, if you can cite one.

Last edited by Satharis: Mar 1, 2012 Rollback Post to Revision RollBack That one dragon coding thingy. #13 Mar 1, 2012 kaelvin kaelvin View User Profile View Posts Send Message Diamond more like 8GB of 1866Mhz or 2133MHz..... This site works best with JavaScript enabled. As I need a higher buffer rate, or maybe that is all ram/cpu driven...

I can't even find any details on the PSU. More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About I pretty much universally recommend HAF cases, they come in three basic varieties, are roomy, well built, have good airflow and features, and they have pretty lights!