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PC purchase help

Hello, just wondering if this:

Coupled with a Radeon 6570 (or equivalent) would be decent for gaming. I know I can build better but have to settle for something that I can make payments on Happy I really only play MMO's (WoW, LOTRO, STO) and games like Starcraft II. Trying to figure out if this system and video card will let me run that stuff, not on Ultra settings but at least to the point where the games are enjoyable. Any feedback would be great, thanks!

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I advise to not do this. Why? "Slimline"

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In reply to: I advise to not do this. Why? "Slimline"

Well the problem is I'm trying to find something on a site like QVC or HSN that offers a payment plan since my credit is crap. So you're saying I won't be able to fit a new video card and power supply in this case if needed?

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In reply to: OK.....

I don't know your tech limits. Many will whip out metal shears, drills and solder irons to modify anything that would need it. SLIMLINE cases for those that need to keep it simple to non-power tools must be avoided.

I'd avoid the slimline models UNLESS they are ready to use AS-IS.

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In reply to: Sorry.

Well, I ended up going with an Alienware Aurora desktop, not the ALX, just the normal one. I'm hoping that will be good enough!

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That line

In reply to: Decision.....

Is available in many setups. Almost all are geared up for gaming.

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