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    Default $600 gaming PC

    Is it viable?

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    Depends on a few things:

    A) Which games What settings C) Do you already have any parts or peripherals. If you're looking for a $600 + Monitor @ 1080 on Ultra, no. Well, unless you're playing solitaire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phanein View Post
    Depends on a few things:

    A) Which games What settings C) Do you already have any parts or peripherals. If you're looking for a $600 + Monitor @ 1080 on Ultra, no. Well, unless you're playing solitaire.
    1. Just games like Starcraft 2 and stuff. Though I do want to play future games coming up./
    2. I have keyboard/mouse and monitor already

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    hardly can last you a year or two if you want to play those future games considering the game companies are terrible with optimization

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryukiri View Post
    hardly can last you a year or two if you want to play those future games considering the game companies are terrible with optimization
    Well future games on low or medium is fine.

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2PnBC

    I really think this can last me. What do you guys think?
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    Use Amazon warehouse deals bro. You'll save more money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Espada1 View Post
    Well future games on low or medium is fine.

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2PnBC
    Q9550, GTX285, top tier parts from 2008 (cpu) and 2009 (gpu) only runs Skyrim (2011) on 35-40fps with peaks to usually 45fps max on medium settings and 1080p.

    Just to give an idea that within 2-3 years, your low to medium-ish system is going to be total shit. :/


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    Play on minimum settings.

    Quote Originally Posted by Espada1 View Post
    2. I have keyboard/mouse and monitor already
    You can also sometimes find good deals for computers on craigslist and kijiji. Sometimes if you beg a friend they will sell you a gaming PC. In my experience I look at the game I want to play, look at the recommended system specs, and then search for that on kijiji and my favorite computer store, compare prices, and buy whichever gives me the better deal. The reason I like secondhand computers is because they are more eco-friendly.
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    built mine from scratch for really cheap, got a nice deal on gtx 660ti for 150$ mother board 40$ 8gigs ddr3 60$ cpu phenom II 965 black editio 80$ and a psu 750w ( wish is kind of overkill but okay) for 50$. already had hard drive mouse/keyboard and monitor.
    i was going crazy on auctions and just got lucky. i can run every new game on highest settings no problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noatud View Post
    built mine from scratch for really cheap, got a nice deal on gtx 660ti for 150$ mother board 40$ 8gigs ddr3 60$ cpu phenom II 965 black editio 80$ and a psu 750w ( wish is kind of overkill but okay) for 50$. already had hard drive mouse/keyboard and monitor.
    i was going crazy on auctions and just got lucky. i can run every new game on highest settings no problems
    660Ti and 8GB is fine, CPU bottlenecks the 660Ti in CPU intensive games and you will feel that it's not that good soon enough. 750W PSU for 50USD is pretty much shooting yourself in your own foot. Seeing you didn't say which and crazy on auctions, this might be good. The 40USD motherboard also sort of falls under this (like older chipset like z67/z77 or being mATX).


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