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Looking to get a gaming pc saw this pc on sale. Good deal??

by chris123284 / November 21, 2012 3:18 PM PST

Hey everyone :). My names Chris and im currently looking to buy a pc thats already built i do not want to buy the parts seperately because i am not a computer wiz lol. Im looking for a gaming computer that can play day z, diablo 3, battlefield 3 and guild wars 2 on their highest settings (or close to it) i noticed this deal on ncix website i was wondering if you guys could give me an idea if its a decent rig for gaming and a thought on the price (canadian) Thanks Happy

source.ncix.com/eblast/eblast-Vesta-11162012/index-lp.html?BFED

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The link provided doesn't work and searches on NIX
by VAPCMD / November 22, 2012 12:15 AM PST

didn't work either.

Without that....those attempting to help are not able to do so.

VAPCMD

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Pc
by bob b / November 22, 2012 11:23 PM PST

The hardware looks nice.

Windows 8 ?????
That OS is new.
I would expect it and the apps that run with it to have growing pains......your call.

I'd consider backing up to w7......most of the bugs have been worked out.
Product support>>>>>2020.

Canada bucks?.......no idea.

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Looks good to me
by wpgwpg / November 24, 2012 7:33 AM PST

It looks pretty good if you make a couple of changes to the default config. 1) I'd add another 3 GB of RAM and 2) I'd go with Windows 7 64 bit. Keep away from new versions of Windows until there's a SP1 maintenance, especially for Windows 8.

Good luck.

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