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Ivybridge 95 3450 8GB DDR3 GTX 65Ti

by AdamG95 / December 29, 2012 3:17 AM PST


I am currently thinking of purchasing a gaming computer and I'm hoping somebody will be able to tell me if it is any good for gaming.
I've listed the specs below.

i5-3450 Intel CPU (3.1GHz) + Fan - NEW IVYBRIDGE 3rd Generation CPU!
8GB DDR3 RAM (16gb Max) - 1333MHz Fast Access Branded RAM
500gb Sata III Hard Drive, 7200RPM, excellent performance and silent operation
DVDRW +/- DL, high quality DVD re-writeable drive, dual layer support, fast and reliable
High Performance Asus Motherboard P8H61MXUSB3 featuring both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 and good upgradability
NVidia GTX650Ti Performance Video Card, 1.0g GDDR5 RAM, VGA/DVi/HDMi support
Wireless 802.11 b/g/n ready for a fast and stable wireless internet connection
Black Gaming Style Vantage Case, blue front fan, black and silver colouring, OCZ COREXSTREAM 500W quality PSU fitted
Fast Ethernet Port 10/100 for quick networking and internet speeds
High quality surround sound audio supported

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Looks only reservation would be the PSU .
by VAPCMD / December 29, 2012 6:15 AM PST

The info I found indicated it has 2-12V rails.vice a single12V rail. In systems with higher performance video cards, split 12V rails PSUs can be problematic over time.

Might be worthwhile to see what other options there are for PSUs for your system.


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by VAPCMD / December 29, 2012 2:39 PM PST
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by JCooper64 / December 29, 2012 10:22 AM PST

I myself bought a computer with similar specifications to the ones you have listed not too long ago for about $700. I personally haven't had any trouble from it and now, onto your question, you're golden on the gaming front. It'll be able to run all of the latest games and the majority of them on high settings. In my opinion, it's quite a tight set up.

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Thank you.
by AdamG95 / December 29, 2012 10:35 PM PST

Thank you both very much. I appreciate you taking the time to look and answer my question.

- Adam.

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