From what I've seen this means you need to double the ram and same for the video card since you selected Vista. That blows that budget in my mind.
Any chance of sticking with XP?
Kay, here's the deal. I've asked here and on other sites before, but I've yet to relieve responses I'm happy with.
I'm looking for a nice Vista PC, within my budget. I'm not a gamer, but I am looking to do a bit of gaming, not hardcore. Perhaps World of War, definitely my Star Wars games, some other RPGs.
I don't need VERY good graphics or sound, just acceptable features. Good memory, graphics sound, speed is a must, I often have open various applications including image editors, torrent downloaders, and large apps.
I'm not being too demanding, just a good Vista system (probably Home Premium), that can run on a budget system.
My basic question is, what is the best I can get for a maximum $1,500 (preferably $1000-$1200). Of course, I'm including a cheap keyboard and mouse since this system will be passed on to a sibling. For Vista, is a new monitor necessary?
I'd like for someone to please put together a cheap system on Newegg, or preferably a website such as CyberPowerPC that can deliver a custom-made pc cheap.
As I said, I've received several pieces of advice before as to how to pick parts for my computer, but most of the time I don't have the slightest idea what I'm doing, and for so much money, I'd rather not take the chance and build it myself.
Any help is much appreciated, thank you!