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#51 - SPEAKING OF PC'S... Is this a good computer…  [+] (13 replies) 05/12/2012 on Computer was running hot so I 0
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#90 - blargmode (05/12/2012) [-]

The new AMD FX Series (Bulldozer) sucks balls. And the graphics card is pretty bad, also, it's from the previous generation of graphics cards.

I have a mid-range previous generation graphics card as well, Nvidia GTX 560Ti, which is ~2.5 times faster than the one in that computer
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#73 - snowmannnnnn (05/12/2012) [-]
Its good. but I wold recommend getting a new processor with 6 cores. The AMD Phenom II is great thats what I have in mine. And a better graphics card. You arent going to get 140fps on High with that one.. Just custom build your own, this is a good website for doing it www.cyberpowerpc.com/ .. and this is a good place for reviews computers.toptenreviews.com/
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#75 - iantheoreo (05/12/2012) [-]
I actually said I didn't want a pc for hardcore 140 fps gaming, and I'm kinda on a budget, so I want to get a decent computer, that eventually I can upgrade to something better.

I'm on a budget of $600 (I need a monitor too) and I just need something that'll run most games decently on decent settings.
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#66 - iantheoreo (05/12/2012) [-]
I said I didn't want a pc like that.
And I'm mainly not good with graphics card numbers and series so I'm not too sure which is good graphics for a good price.
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#56 - anon (05/12/2012) [-]
Dude, If you want to be a PC gamer, the first rule is NEVER to buy a PC already set up.
Buy each part and do it yourself. You learn your computer inside and out that way, and save a ton of money.
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#59 - steverino (05/12/2012) [-]
i disagree. i'm a computer gamer, and i buy my computers already set up, then i upgrade it as i need to (i.e., i buy new parts as they start needing to be replaced)
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#52 - anon (05/12/2012) [-]
That is more of a "I need to be running Skyrim on the very highest at 400fps" computer. How much does it cost? I would guess 2500.
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#54 - TurtleGuy (05/12/2012) [-]
Well not really, my pc is basically double that and it was only 850 quid and tbh i could of got it cheaper.
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#55 - TurtleGuy (05/12/2012) [-]
Oh and why is my name blue lol.
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#53 - iantheoreo (05/12/2012) [-]
The last one was on sale for 609
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#1 - That is all 05/12/2012 on +4