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Can either of these computers run DAYZ standalone?

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January 17, 2014 6:31:20 AM

I am looking at 2 computers and my main concern is if they can run DAYZ just looking for more informed opinions since I am not super knowledgable about computers.

computer 1
Main Specifications

Brand
CYBERPOWERPC
Type
Personal Computer
Form Factor
Tower
Unit Dimension (DxWxH)
19.1" x 8" x 16.8"
Shipping Dimension (DxWxH)
25" x 12.5" x 21.5"
Unit Weight
32 lbs
Shipping Weight
35 lbs
Chassis
Thermaltake Commander Black / Red Mid-Tower Gaming Case
Processor
AMD FX-4130 Zambezi / 3.6GHz (Max 3.8GHz)
Processor Socket
Socket AM3+
Processor Main Features
Turbo Core
Cache Memory
4MB L2 Cache
Motherboard
AMD 760G Chipset

Interfaces
2 x PS/2 Style
6 x USB 2.0 ( 2 Front, 4 Rear )
1 x LAN Port
3 x Audio Jacks
1 x VGA D-Sub
1 x Serial Port: COM 1
RAM
8GB DDR3 SDRAM / 16GB (Max)
Storage Controller
SATA II
Hard Drive
1TB - SATA III - 7200 rpm
Optical Storage
24X DVD±RW Dual-Layer Super-Multi Drive
Graphics Controller
NVIDIA GeForce GT610 - PCI Express x 16
Video Memory
1GB Dedicated Video Memory
Digital Video Standard
DVI / VGA / HDMI
Audio Output
Integrated - High Definition 5.1 Channel Audio
Networking
USB Gaming Keyboard & Mouse / Driver Discs / Power Cord
Operating System Provided
Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit Edition

And computer 2 specs
OPERATING SYSTEM
Windows 8

PROCESSOR
AMD Six-Core FX-6120 Processor

PROCESSOR SPEED
3.50GHz
CACHE
6MB L2 / up to 8MB L3 Cache

BUS SPEED
GT/s HT3 System Bus

CHIPSET
AMD 970 Chipset

MEMORY

10GB PC3-12800 DDR3-1600 SDRAM memory 2x4GB and 1x2GB (expandable to 32GB)

HARD DRIVE

1TB 7200RPM Serial ATA hard drive

OPTICAL DRIVE(S)

SuperMulti DVD Burner(6c)
Write: 16x max DVD±R, 8x max DVD±R DL, 8x max DVD+RW, 6x max DVD-RW, 5x max DVD-RAM, 40x max CD-R, 24x max CD-RW
Read: 16x max DVD-ROM, 40x max CD-ROM Data transfer rates up to 6,000 KB/s (CD read/write) and 21,600 KB/s (DVD read/write)

VIDEO GRAPHICS

Radeon™ HD 7450 graphics card with 1GB DDR3 dedicated memory
Up to 4830MB Total Available Graphics Memory as allocated by Windows 8

NETWORK INTERFACE
10/100/1000 Base-T Network

WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY
Integrated Bluetooth® 4.0 and Wireless LAN 802.11/b/g/n featuring Single-band (2.4Ghz) 1x1 technology

SOUND
High Definition Audio with up to 7.1 surround sound capabilities Beats Audio™

MEMORY SLOTS
4 DIMM (240-pin, DDR3) (one available)

Optical Audio Out; LAN; Microphone/Line-in/Line-out; Rear speaker-out; Side speaker out; Center (subwoofer)

MULTI-DISPLAY CAPABLE
DVI, (VGA via dongle), HDMI capabilities, and support for Blu-ray, Microsoft® DirectX® 11, and one or two monitors
a b à CPUs
January 17, 2014 6:41:06 AM

I wouldn't use any of the X100 series AMD chips.

I'd suggest a build you own, based on the 6300, instead
a b à CPUs
January 17, 2014 6:41:25 AM

both are pretty crapy you could get a much beter pc if you built your own
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a b à CPUs
January 17, 2014 6:49:20 AM

ScrewySqrl said:
I wouldn't use any of the X100 series AMD chips.

I'd suggest a build you own, based on the 6300, instead


this + the gpu's are soooo bad

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January 17, 2014 7:25:47 AM
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Yeah, avoid those. You'll get much better components of far higher quality for less money if you assemble the PC yourself, which really isn't hard at all. Avoid the x1xx and x2xx Bulldozer FX series, they perform worse than the old Phenoms.
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