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March 28, 2013 8:08:09 AM

Hard Disk Size: 500GB Hard Disk

Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 1GB GTX 650Ti

CPU: Intel G850 - 2 Cores - 2.9Ghz

Memory: 4GB DDR3 1333Mhz Memory
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March 28, 2013 8:10:11 AM

I would say so yes, do you have a total cost for those parts, just to make sure you're getting the best deal out there.
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March 28, 2013 8:15:38 AM

Its good.
But I would get i3 (probably 3220) and check if you really want 650 ti for extra price. In most games is neck to neck with cheaper 7770. Or expand your budget and go for 7850 or 660. But its your money
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March 28, 2013 8:15:52 AM

burritobob said:
I would say so yes, do you have a total cost for those parts, just to make sure you're getting the best deal out there.


Thanks for the reply.

its a total of €555.39 including assembly and delivery
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a b 4 Gaming
March 28, 2013 8:21:36 AM

Everything is good to go then, that is really the best budget component build you can get, all of those are great buys, without expanding your budget that is.
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March 28, 2013 8:31:54 AM

burritobob said:
Everything is good to go then, that is really the best budget component build you can get, all of those are great buys, without expanding your budget that is.


Thanks , I wasn't to sure how well the G850 Pentium would preform with the graphics card.

would it handle higher up games like crisis 3 would you know? just to give me an idea on its limitations.
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March 28, 2013 8:34:45 AM

DeanG117 said:
burritobob said:
Everything is good to go then, that is really the best budget component build you can get, all of those are great buys, without expanding your budget that is.


Thanks , I wasn't to sure how well the G850 Pentium would preform with the graphics card.

would it handle higher up games like crisis 3 would you know? just to give me an idea on its limitations.


not good at 1080p but good at 720p. Of course low settings.
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March 28, 2013 8:40:50 AM

Wait for the 650Ti Boost to arrive (very soon). It should offer the performance of 7850 for 150-160$ (1GB) and 170-180$ (2GB).
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March 28, 2013 8:48:36 AM

tadej petric said:
DeanG117 said:
burritobob said:
Everything is good to go then, that is really the best budget component build you can get, all of those are great buys, without expanding your budget that is.


Thanks , I wasn't to sure how well the G850 Pentium would preform with the graphics card.

would it handle higher up games like crisis 3 would you know? just to give me an idea on its limitations.


not good at 1080p but good at 720p. Of course low settings.


Thanks for the imput,
would you know what kind of FPS would this build get on those low settings?
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March 28, 2013 8:57:37 AM

DeanG117 said:
tadej petric said:
DeanG117 said:
burritobob said:
Everything is good to go then, that is really the best budget component build you can get, all of those are great buys, without expanding your budget that is.


Thanks , I wasn't to sure how well the G850 Pentium would preform with the graphics card.

would it handle higher up games like crisis 3 would you know? just to give me an idea on its limitations.


not good at 1080p but good at 720p. Of course low settings.


Thanks for the imput,
would you know what kind of FPS would this build get on those low settings?


Huh, there arent any real benchmarks with G850 but it should be 25-30 which is good. But I really recomend i3 since is very cpu hungry game.
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March 28, 2013 9:24:18 AM

tadej petric said:
DeanG117 said:
tadej petric said:
DeanG117 said:
burritobob said:
Everything is good to go then, that is really the best budget component build you can get, all of those are great buys, without expanding your budget that is.


Thanks , I wasn't to sure how well the G850 Pentium would preform with the graphics card.

would it handle higher up games like crisis 3 would you know? just to give me an idea on its limitations.


not good at 1080p but good at 720p. Of course low settings.


Thanks for the imput,
would you know what kind of FPS would this build get on those low settings?


Huh, there arent any real benchmarks with G850 but it should be 25-30 which is good. But I really recomend i3 since is very cpu hungry game.


Thats grand i just wanted to see would it perform even at those high levels. i would upgrade but my budget just isnt permitting. still the build seems to be able to do what i want from it and i seem to be getting great power for value.

Thanks again
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