Solved Is this a good entry level PC? Tags: Overclocking Power Supplies PC gaming Storage CPUs Games Systems Motherboards Skyrim SSD Graphics Cards Last response: January 2, 2014 2:39 AM in Systems Share cardsfan13 January 2, 2014 2:32:14 AM I am starting to get in to PC gaming and I am looking to play games like Skyrim and Battlefield 4 and was wondering if this would be a decent setup for it's price. This is my setup; Motherboard; FM2-A85XA-G43 CPU; AMD 760k Richland 3.8 GHz 100w quad core processor GPU; EVGA GeForce GTX 650 1 Gb Hard Drive; Toshiba 1Gb 7200 RPM RAM; Apotop 4Gb (2Gb x 2) Power Supply; Corsair CX series CX 500 watt More about : good entry level Reply to cardsfan13 Best solution Rohit G Nair a b K Overclocking a b ) Power supply a b G Storage a b à CPUs a b V Motherboard January 2, 2014 2:39:53 AM Share It is ok but can't asure. Better you get a good CPU to avoid bottleneck and if possible more ram. Reply to Rohit G Nair Ask the community Post an answer Related resources SolvedLooking for good entry level PC Forum SolvedIs this a good entry level PC? Forum Does this look like a good entry level gaming PC? Forum SolvedFirst custom water cooling loop! What is a good entry level loop? Forum SolvedEntry Level Gaming PC - £350 - Advice Please ? Forum SolvedEntry Level Gaming PC Forum SolvedHow to build a cheap entry-level gaming PC Forum Good Entry-Level Gaming Build? Forum Solved$529 Dollar entry level gaming pc Forum Is my build good for entry-level gaming? Forum Solved650-750 Dollar Entry Level Gaming PC Forum SolvedEntry-level Budget Gaming PC Forum SolvedSuggestions for Entry level 3d animation and Gaming PC for $2000 Forum Solvedcan anyone tell me if this is a goold entry level gameing pc? Forum What good graphics cards to use for an entry-level power supply Forum Is this a good entry level gaming system? Forum SolvedGood Entry Level Sound Card Forum SolvedBest Entry Level Gaming PC (Under 500$) Forum Looking for a entry level gaming pc under 34000 inr Forum SolvedEntry level gaming pc Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !