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a better pc at the ps4 price range

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June 29, 2013 12:40:14 AM

disregard the OS but i don't think it is possible to make a HD 7850 and at least a good Quad core pc to beat the current ps4 specs

Ps4 is going to produce really good graphics at the 400$ range

P.S do you think these consoles will produce the graphics that we currently see on gtx660 or hd7850?

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June 29, 2013 12:46:53 AM

muzzpro said:
disregard the OS but i don't think it is possible to make a HD 7850 and at least a good Quad core pc to beat the current ps4 specs

Ps4 is going to produce really good graphics at the 400$ range

P.S do you think these consoles will produce the graphics that we currently see on gtx660 or hd7850?


Based on the PS4 specs, the GPU's power is pretty much the same as 7850. Anyway, my rule of thumb is if you're trying to build a gaming PC within $400-600 range, forget about it and just get a PS4.
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June 29, 2013 12:57:56 AM

Do not even try to compare a console and a PC
A console can never replace a PC so does the other way around.
Consoles are designed to have weaker than actual high-end PCs but they serve their own purposes.

You can do a lot more than only gaming with a PC, you can play with much higher resolution...to reach certain performance level, you have to reach really deep in your pocket..... PCs need more maintance and cost more...PCs are all can do machines.

Consoles can do much less than a PC, cost relative less than PCs, can not reach such high resolution as PCs, need relative much less maintance...more of a comfort product...

Have you ever try/see to play on 5 monitors with 1920x1200 for example, using SLI/XFire? A console can not reach this ...at least for the moment...

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Some games are released only on PCs, while some only on consoles...

If you do not have any laptops/PC...you need definitely a PC...it does not matter if you game or not...
Then it is your choice to get either a gaming rig or a console or both...
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June 29, 2013 1:12:33 AM

Consoles are typically sold at a loss. Xbox and the PS generates money for MS / Sony though game licensing, game sales, and to a lesser extent for MS, an online subscription fee.
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