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is this computer good for gaming to atleast run games on highest settings? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2iw2M
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  1. You should probably post a link or something so we can see your computers specs :-)
  2. Sorry for unselecting your answer, jeremy, but as it wasn't the OP who selected it, and it didn't answer the question, just prodded the OP to provide the needed information, it was warranted.

    That being said, Matrix890, it would be helpful for us if we knew what you were talking about. We're good, but we're not psychic.
  3. DarkSable said:
    Sorry for unselecting your answer, jeremy, but as it wasn't the OP who selected it, and it didn't answer the question, just prodded the OP to provide the needed information, it was warranted.

    That being said, Matrix890, it would be helpful for us if we knew what you were talking about. We're good, but we're not psychic.


    I was actually wondering how it got selected without any useful information :-)
  4. sorry for not posting a link, I should really proofread next time :)
  5. Here's a better build for gaming. It has the latest gen cpu, a step up in gpu. a psu thats not way overkill, an ssd added, and a 27inch monitor compared to the 19.5 you had selected. This would be a great gaming build, and came in just a hair under what the other was priced at.
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2izjF
  6. My budget is also 2500
  7. OK, what exactly do you want to do with your system ? Multi monitor gaming? Anything other than gaming?
  8. jeremyp79 said:
    OK, what exactly do you want to do with your system ? Multi monitor gaming? Anything other than gaming?

    I want a very powerful gaming computer dual monitors would be cool and video editing
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    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2izSk This one is a more powerful build. The i7 and added ram will make for faster video editing, and the gtx 780ti is the fastest single graphics card in the world. This system would tear through any modern game with ease, on ultra, and should last at least 3 or 4 years until you would have to upgrade to keep playing games on their highest settings.
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