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Help. Is this a good blend for gaming PC?

by kristabur / August 9, 2011 10:58 PM PDT

Please help, I am about to decide to buy this or not.


Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium ENG 64-bit

Protsessor - Intel® Core® i5-2500K, 3.3GHz, 6MB, VT
Operatiivmalu - 8GB (4x2GB) DDR3 1333 MHz
Kovaketas - 1.0 TB 7200rpm 32MB SATA 6Gb/s
CD/DVD seade - BD-RE / DVD kirjutaja LG BH12LSR
Kaardilugeja - ID-kaardi ja 9 in 1 valkmalulugeja
Graafikakiirendi - 1GB Radeon HD 6670 16X, DVI-I, DP & HDMI 1.4
Vorgukaart - Loimitud 10/100/1000 vorgukaart
Helikaart - Loimitud helikaart
Arvutikorpus - Miditorn 62RA ATX must, 500W 80+
Klaviatuur - Logitech UltraX EST klaviatuur
Hiir - Logitech M500 Laser hiir
Hiirealus - Moon Shape
Arvutigarantii - 3a garantii, sellest 1a ekspressgarantii

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Really depends on the game
by Brechan / August 13, 2011 12:42 AM PDT

Judging by the specs I can read (though the language included in the specs is a little confusing for me); it generally looks good, right up til I see the videocard you have chosen.

If you're looking at building a PC that will run the likes of Crysis2, then you'll be looking at something from the 6800 series (minimum) to the 6900 series.
But with these new suggestions; comes with some added expenses, mainly the PSU-you'll be needing a power supply of at the minimum 500 watts to 750 watts (from a reputable vendor), depending on the videocard you choose. Here's a great link for reviewing which videocard you're interested in with specifications and system requirements.

Also included on their pages are additional inks for recommended power supplies.

Hope this starts to help you along the path of your build


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That's a gamer machine.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 13, 2011 12:52 AM PDT

The GPU is near the top (see the usual Tomshardware best video for the money list) and the only quibble I can think of are 2 things.

1. Be sure the power supply is proper for this system.
2. Be sure the maker supplies EXACT instructions for installing Windows.

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