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Default Gaming Computer Advice? - 04-07-2012, 06:59 PM

im looking for a gaming computer because im getting bored of the ps3 so far im looking at a custom computer by Vibox, they're not that well known which is good because i wont have to pay like 200 more for the name (like alienware) anyone got any advice/suggestions on a cheap(ish) gaming pc?

here is the computer im looking at (yes i know its ebay before someone says anything);




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Default 04-07-2012, 08:01 PM

well depends on what you want to play, and your budget
but from what i can see it looks like its a decent computer but not going to run heavy games if thats what your looking for amd 6570 hd isnt very great for or made for gaming its a 60-80$ gcard so you could possibly buy the comp replace the gcard
also what would be another concern about it is what kind of processor if its just a single 3.5ghz your not running much besides counterstrike or older games/minecraft
if you want a bigger gaming system for new games bf3/cod/skyrim whatever you might want to try out dell make a computer
or get a graphics card research it abit and see what people also say
also make sure the processor is a dual core/quad core
or atleast an i5-i7

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Default 04-07-2012, 08:17 PM

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well depends on what you want to play, and your budget
but from what i can see it looks like its a decent computer but not going to run heavy games if thats what your looking for amd 6570 hd isnt very great for or made for gaming its a 60-80$ gcard so you could possibly buy the comp replace the gcard
also what would be another concern about it is what kind of processor if its just a single 3.5ghz your not running much besides counterstrike or older games/minecraft
if you want a bigger gaming system for new games bf3/cod/skyrim whatever you might want to try out dell make a computer
or get a graphics card research it abit and see what people also say
also make sure the processor is a dual core/quad core
or atleast an i5-i7
i was planning (Because thats a ready made 1) im going to change the graphics card for a nivada Geforce 1gb and get a quad core processor and i prob going to get i7 but good thing about this company that will only cost me like about 490 ($777)




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Default 04-07-2012, 08:37 PM

you can most likely get something way better then that, try custom making one on dell
  
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Default 04-07-2012, 11:07 PM

My toshiba satellite l755 is pretty good at running games.
I got oblivan, skyrim, starcraft 2, WoW, and fable 1 installed on it and handles them all fine.
  
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Default 04-07-2012, 11:11 PM

What's your budget? 200 won't get you shit, perhaps over 500 and you'll be looking at a decent spec system
  
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Default 04-08-2012, 04:53 AM

You may be better finding someone who can build you a custom (or try your own)

There are so many guides online that can tell you how to build some of the most amazing pc's that run ultra fast and are 100% stable.

They also tell you were to get the cheapest/best parts.

Good luck and post us your decision when you have chosen!


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Default 04-08-2012, 06:21 AM

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What's your budget? 200 won't get you shit, perhaps over 500 and you'll be looking at a decent spec system
im willing on paying up to 800 maybe stretch to 850




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