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October 24, 2013 3:38:08 AM

hi guys i would like to tell me which pc of these to go for

1st
cpu:amd fx 8320
mb:gigabyte 990xa-ud3
memory:kingston 2x4 KHX16C91B1BK2
storage:seagate barracuda 1tb ST1000DM003
storage:kingston 120gb ssd SV300S37A
gpu:asus gtx 760
psu:corsair cx500m
case:antec one
monitor:lg 23ea63v-p

2nd
cpu:intel core i5-4570
mb:asus h87 pro
memory:kingston 2x4 KHX16C91B1BK2
storage:seagate barracuda 1tb ST1000DM003
gpu:gigabyte gtx 760
psu corsair tx650
case:corsair 200r
monitor:lg 23ea63v-p

waiting for your replies... thanks in advance

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October 24, 2013 3:51:35 AM

i would go for the intel build.
always go intel if its for games.

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October 24, 2013 4:19:20 AM

aidanklenk said:
i would go for the intel build.
always go intel if its for games.



thank you for your answer...also windows 7 or 8?
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October 24, 2013 4:21:02 AM

8 all the way, no matter what anyone tells you.
windows 8 uses less resources from your computer which all in all makes it run faster.

please remember to pick best solution. :) 
any more questions, by the way?
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October 24, 2013 4:29:30 AM

aidanklenk said:
8 all the way, no matter what anyone tells you.
windows 8 uses less resources from your computer which all in all makes it run faster.

please remember to pick best solution. :) 
any more questions, by the way?


i don't know i'm confused many people say that 8 is rubbish but there are many people that like windows 8

yes i have some questions is really worth to go for the intel build and no ssd? i don't really know if ssd is a must have also about the monitor i should go for this one that i have on the two builds or for the 24ea53vq

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October 24, 2013 4:33:10 AM

windows 8 is much faster then windows 7. i love both operating systems, but i am very happy i upgraded.

an ssd will only really help you on boot up time and when you are playing intense games.
for day to day use, you will see a big improvement with intel compared to amd.
an ssd is always nice to have, don't get me wrong, but i would just perfer speed all the time rather then faster boot times and a few games loading quicker.
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October 24, 2013 4:53:00 AM

aidanklenk said:
windows 8 is much faster then windows 7. i love both operating systems, but i am very happy i upgraded.

an ssd will only really help you on boot up time and when you are playing intense games.
for day to day use, you will see a big improvement with intel compared to amd.
an ssd is always nice to have, don't get me wrong, but i would just perfer speed all the time rather then faster boot times and a few games loading quicker.


thank you for your answer i'll probably go with windows 8 or 8.1?
about the monitor what do you believe it's a big difference 1 inch?
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October 24, 2013 5:31:13 AM

8.1 is just an upgrade to 8. 8.1 pretty much makes 8 great!
im not sure what you mean in the second part.
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October 24, 2013 5:36:40 AM

aidanklenk said:
8.1 is just an upgrade to 8. 8.1 pretty much makes 8 great!
im not sure what you mean in the second part.


i mean if i should go for the lg 23ea63v-p or the lg 24ea53vq
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October 24, 2013 2:29:12 PM

well, what is the price difference?
1 inch can mean a lot depending on what you are doing with it. it is all your preference.
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October 24, 2013 11:52:46 PM

aidanklenk said:
well, what is the price difference?
1 inch can mean a lot depending on what you are doing with it. it is all your preference.


the price difference is ~30 euros i don't know i'll probably go with the 23
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