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I have a dual core cpu comp with geforce 210 with 2 internal hardisk of 1tb each.i want to upgrade my pc specially for gaming

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February 26, 2014 10:04:38 AM

thehonorabl said:
Gaming pc rig without overclocking


List your PC specifications.
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February 26, 2014 10:09:34 AM

i have dual core cpu with ecs motherboard which only supports up 2 quad core and i have a n vedia to 110 graphics card with 512 mb memory and 2gb ram and too hard discs each of 1tb
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February 26, 2014 10:24:33 AM

thehonorabl said:
i have dual core cpu with ecs motherboard which only supports up 2 quad core and i have a n vedia to 110 graphics card with 512 mb memory and 2gb ram and too hard discs each of 1tb


There might not be much you can do to upgrade, but again, the forum needs to see the actual specifications of your PC.
There are hundreds of dual core cpus, ECS make hundres of mother boards; all of these with different capabilities, sockets etc.
Need: Cpu brand and model number, mobo brand and model number, power supply brand and model number and if possible the power information from the label on the side of its case, RAM - quantity(I see it as 2GB), make, speed (as in 1333, 1600, 800 etc). With 2 1TB hard drive I would assume they are SATA drive, but you might want to post their make and model also. And lastly the brand of Nvidia 210 card or tell us if it came with the computer as an OEM part.
One more small thing, to help us here, might want to check your spelling etc. with the preview button, before posting.
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February 26, 2014 10:50:43 AM

If you are talking about a pre-built, I would ditch it, and build a pc from scratch, but format and keep your hard drives. If you already have a custom built rig, you may just need to upgrade your motherboard to a newer socket. Like nostall said, we will need your cpu and gpu specs to give more specific information. Good luck
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February 27, 2014 1:15:21 AM

nostall said:
thehonorabl said:
i have dual core cpu with ecs motherboard which only supports up 2 quad core and i have a n vedia to 110 graphics card with 512 mb memory and 2gb ram and too hard discs each of 1tb


There might not be much you can do to upgrade, but again, the forum needs to see the actual specifications of your PC.
There are hundreds of dual core cpus, ECS make hundres of mother boards; all of these with different capabilities, sockets etc.
Need: Cpu brand and model number, mobo brand and model number, power supply brand and model number and if possible the power information from the label on the side of its case, RAM - quantity(I see it as 2GB), make, speed (as in 1333, 1600, 800 etc). With 2 1TB hard drive I would assume they are SATA drive, but you might want to post their make and model also. And lastly the brand of Nvidia 210 card or tell us if it came with the computer as an OEM part.
One more small thing, to help us here, might want to check your spelling etc. with the preview button, before posting.


thanks @nostall @pajamarine I am going to build from the scratch.But i have os installed to my hard disks .so i want to keep them .Suggest Me a perfect gaming rig configuration .And I dont want to do any overclocking
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May 6, 2014 2:28:24 AM

A good one:

CPU: a 1150 part: any i5-4xxx for budget, or i7-4770k top choice.
GPU: (nvidia 660 / ati R9 270X) or up, for 1 display (sorry, it is the most important and expensive part).
MB: choose a 1150 board by types and number of conectors you will need (ram, pci-e16, sound, lan, etc); study supplementary if you want to overclock.
RAM: 1x 8GB ddr3, any speed (does not matter for IntelCPU)
PSU: real 550W (bronze)
HDD: 7200rpm 250MB - 1TB
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