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September 15, 2013 8:31:49 AM

Intel Core i7 quad core Intel Core i7-3770.
Hello,

Please see below information regarding my pc, is the pc good enough to run latest games on the market. Also do you think it will last 2-3 years without needing any major upgrades to keep gaming at a decent standard?



Intel Core i7 quad core Intel Core i7-3770.
Processor speed 3.4GHz.16GB RAM.

Hard drive: 1000GB SATA hard drive.

DVD optical drives:D ual layer.

Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce NVidia GeForce GTX 760 graphics card 2 g.

Interfaces and connectivity: 5 x USB 2.0 ports.

Thank you


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September 15, 2013 8:37:49 AM

Yes. It'll be able to max most games out there.
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September 15, 2013 8:38:32 AM

as long as you don't expect it to run everything at max settings 1080p in all the games for the next year or two, yes it can play ball.
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September 15, 2013 8:38:58 AM

yes it is

you have i7 ivy bridge and gtx 760
+ more than enough ram

those will perform very well
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September 15, 2013 8:39:14 AM

kingsam04 said:
Intel Core i7 quad core Intel Core i7-3770.
Hello,

Please see below information regarding my pc, is the pc good enough to fun newest games on the market. Also do you think it will last 2-3 years without needing any major upgrades to keep gaming at a decent standard?



Intel Core i7 quad core Intel Core i7-3770.
Processor speed 3.4GHz.16GB RAM.

Hard drive: 1000GB SATA hard drive.

DVD optical drives:D ual layer.

Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce NVidia GeForce GTX 760 graphics card 2 g.

Interfaces and connectivity: 5 x USB 2.0 ports.

Thank you





That setup will run any game on the market no problem. You wont be able to max out Crysis 3, but there really isn't anything that can haha. You'll be able to get a good couple of years out the system but it really depends on how you like the games to look. If you're the type that has to run everything on ultra... Probably closer to a year or so. If you're okay with playing some games on ultra, some on high and some on medium, you will easily be able to go 2-3 years without an upgrade. You could always in a year or two (depending on your motherboard and PSU) add a 2nd 760 when they cost less than $150 and you be ready to go all over again haha. Hope this helps!
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September 15, 2013 8:43:03 AM

Thanks for answers guys. Not very happy that I will need to upgrade fairly soon to keep running games at high levels but hey, I guess this is pc gaming for you.

My gf basically needs a powerful pc for editing videos etc, i though I may as well lump a few extra dollars into it so i can play games and save cash on a ps4.

Do you think the graphics will be better than a ps4 on this pc?
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September 15, 2013 8:48:05 AM

kingsam04 said:
Thanks for answers guys. Not very happy that I will need to upgrade fairly soon to keep running games at high levels but hey, I guess this is pc gaming for you.

My gf basically needs a powerful pc for editing videos etc, i though I may as well lump a few extra dollars into it so i can play games and save cash on a ps4.

Do you think the graphics will be better than a ps4 on this pc?


that last question will be answered shortly by nearly every pc gamer who sees it.
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September 15, 2013 9:34:14 AM

kingsam04 said:
Thanks for answers guys. Not very happy that I will need to upgrade fairly soon to keep running games at high levels but hey, I guess this is pc gaming for you.

My gf basically needs a powerful pc for editing videos etc, i though I may as well lump a few extra dollars into it so i can play games and save cash on a ps4.

Do you think the graphics will be better than a ps4 on this pc?


You're PC will destroy an Xbone or PS4... Not even close haha :D 
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September 15, 2013 9:34:43 AM

nokiddingboss said:
kingsam04 said:
Thanks for answers guys. Not very happy that I will need to upgrade fairly soon to keep running games at high levels but hey, I guess this is pc gaming for you.

My gf basically needs a powerful pc for editing videos etc, i though I may as well lump a few extra dollars into it so i can play games and save cash on a ps4.

Do you think the graphics will be better than a ps4 on this pc?


that last question will be answered shortly by nearly every pc gamer who sees it.


Hit the nail on the head ahahahaha.
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