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Is this a good setup for a Gaming Computer?

I'm Buying this via walmart because I don't really feel comfortable building it myself...
Tower: iBUYPOWER ARC 647 Gaming Chassis
Motherboard: Intel Core i3-3220
Memory Stick: 8GB G.Skill Ripjaws
Hard Drive: 1TB 7200RPM Hard Disk Drive
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 7770 1GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Graphics Car
Optical Drive: 24X DVD+/-RW DL Optical Drive
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-Bit Edition
Monitors: HKC 24" LED Monitor (N2412-13 Black)
Keyboard & Mouse: Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 Keyboard and Mouse Combo
Accessory: 120mm LED Fan (Desktop BYO Accessories), Red
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  1. I wouldn't recommend that system for gaming. The RAM is fine everything else is sub par for a gaming system.
  2. You could also buy the parts and let someone else for say 50$ or less assemble them for you, at a computer store, or someone you know.
    I don't now how it is in the US but here in Holland you have enough computer stores who offer this service for €50.
    Oh and what is your budget because that comp you have there is not very good at running the newest games on high quality.
  3. This build is for mainstream gaming. This will run games like Minecraft, Dota 2, League of Legends, and Counter Strike: Global Offensive with very good FPS results. If you play demanding games like Battlefield 4, Crysis 3, Metro: Last Light, and Tomb Raider, you will have to sacrifice appearance for performance by running these games in very low to medium graphics settings and/or lowering the resolution.
  4. Computersloeber said:
    You could also buy the parts and let someone else for say 50$ or less assemble them for you, at a computer store, or someone you know.
    I don't now how it is in the US but here in Holland you have enough computer stores who offer this service for €50.
    Oh and what is your budget because that comp you have there is not very good at running the newest games on high quality.


    well my budget can vary. I'm thinking around 1,000.
  5. Cube_of_Rubik said:
    This build is for mainstream gaming. This will run games like Minecraft, Dota 2, League of Legends, and Counter Strike: Global Offensive with very good FPS results. If you play demanding games like Battlefield 4, Crysis 3, Metro: Last Light, and Tomb Raider, you will have to sacrifice appearance for performance by running these games in very low to medium graphics settings and/or lowering the resolution.


    What about skyrim?
  6. Xrunner98 said:
    Cube_of_Rubik said:
    This build is for mainstream gaming. This will run games like Minecraft, Dota 2, League of Legends, and Counter Strike: Global Offensive with very good FPS results. If you play demanding games like Battlefield 4, Crysis 3, Metro: Last Light, and Tomb Raider, you will have to sacrifice appearance for performance by running these games in very low to medium graphics settings and/or lowering the resolution.


    What about skyrim?


    Here are Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim benchmarks for the AMD Radeon HD 7770.
  7. Best answer
    Xrunner98 said:
    Computersloeber said:
    You could also buy the parts and let someone else for say 50$ or less assemble them for you, at a computer store, or someone you know.
    I don't now how it is in the US but here in Holland you have enough computer stores who offer this service for €50.
    Oh and what is your budget because that comp you have there is not very good at running the newest games on high quality.


    well my budget can vary. I'm thinking around 1,000.


    You could build a much better system for $1000. My advice do your homework. I always heavily research parts, bench marks etc... when starting a build project. I could easily give you a system spec list, but ultimately you have to live with the system, so I would advise that you do as much of the work yourself as possible. Treat it as a voyage of discovery and you might even enjoy it like I do.
  8. DanDustEmOff said:
    Xrunner98 said:
    Computersloeber said:
    You could also buy the parts and let someone else for say 50$ or less assemble them for you, at a computer store, or someone you know.
    I don't now how it is in the US but here in Holland you have enough computer stores who offer this service for €50.
    Oh and what is your budget because that comp you have there is not very good at running the newest games on high quality.


    well my budget can vary. I'm thinking around 1,000.


    You could build a much better system for $1000. My advice do your homework. I always heavily research parts, bench marks etc... when starting a build project. I could easily give you a system spec list, but ultimately you have to live with the system, so I would advise that you do as much of the work yourself as possible. Treat it as a voyage of discovery and you might even enjoy it like I do.


    yea i think i will do that. thanks for the advice:D
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