While the AMD should be a great value machine I come back to Intel when I need to to be less trouble over all.
However it doesn't have a dedicated GPU. That AMD (Asus) only has an entry level GPU so games would only run on lower settings. Forget medium and higher.
http://gpuboss.com/graphics-card/Radeon-R7-240 pegs it less than the usual Nvidia 750 which is my goto card for when I want to upgrade a PC but they push back on replacing the PSU.
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2610435/4460-gtx-750ti-run-batman-arkham-knight.html kicks it around and you can see the AMD R7 240 just won't do.
--> Can these play current gen games? Yes, but on the low to lowest of settings. It's not a CPU issue but a GPU issue.
Hi everyone! I was wondering if anyone could help me choose between these two computers or neither if they are that bad? Also which one will last the longest? We can't afford buying a computer every 3 years. Do desktops last longer then laptops? I heard they do but I wanted to make sure once again.
One is a Dell Desktop with Intel Core i5 Processor Windows 10. It's processor is: Intel Core i5-4460. Memory: 12GB. Hard Drive: 2TB. Graphics: Intel HD Integrated. Operating System : Windows 10.
The other is Asus Desktop with AMD FX Processor Windows 8.1. The processor: AMD FX-8130. Memory: 8GB. HArd Drive: 2TB. Graphics: AMD Radeon R7 240. OPerating System: Windows 8.1.
We want a pc that can handle school work, youtube videos, and everyday use. Also we want a pc that we can game on. (I wanna become a PC gamer now mixed with Nintendo one.) "As-is" are these computers good for gaming? I sorta had my eye on Batman Arkham Knight and my sister for Until Dawn. Can these computers play present generation games? I don't know much about PCs so I'm sorry for the plethora of questions. Thank you so much for your time!