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New PC recommendation

My old pc finally died on me. It was an hp pavillion. I dont have a big budget $600 being my max. I prefer desktop to laptop. I use it mainly for surfing and occasionally hulu, youtube. Not a big gamer but would like to be able to play Marvel Heroes with decent graphics. Planetside Star trek online etc. Prefer at least 1tb of hd space and usb 3.0. Basically looking for bang for my buck. Was checking hp-envy 750-110. Not sure what kind of graphics it is using. Im a lightweight novice.

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Budget

At 600 bucks your selections are limited.
The machine your looking at seems nice.
Is it the size you want...does it have the features you want?

As for graphics it uses an R7 igp....integrated graphics processor.
Not sure how well that will play the games you want to play.
Everything else should move along nicely.

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Buy something custom

Buy something custom but pre-built. It'll last a lot longer and they have longer warranties. It's going to perform a whole lot better as well. I just purchased from these guys recently: http://www.cyberwarecomputers.com/

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