Alright you Geeks ...
Hi, I need your help. I want to get a PC for gaming purpose. I have a budget of around 1000 US$, I only need the tower, I have a monitor. I need you guys to set me up with the best Gaming PC Tower for that price. Thx alot for any Help whatsoever. Oh and id' like a DVD Burner has drive if they're not too expensive, I don't want scrap tought.
try this too
its their 06 jan pc buyers guide, go for everything budget then you got a gaming pc and make sure that it is the amd system the intel system would need to be high end in order to beat the amd budget one (provided that the vid card are the same)
I dont really see why they are sticking to the 128meg 6600gt, or the 700 from ati. Personally when, I would spend the extra money to get one of the x800gto cards, like this one from HIS
I would also recommend the Asus A8R-MVP. It's a great platform, will OC very well at need, and crossfire looks like a smarter deal than SLI.
and again i say crossfire chipset seems to new, as that with any new hardware there must be some bugs that need to be fixed... the NF3 and 4 were crappy, and that the crossfire's intial south bridge sucked so much that most mobo have uli south bridge at that moment, the new crossfire south bridge seems nice but............. only time will tell
well now that Uli have been acquired by nvidia....................................................
sooo there could be problems here lol
and yes crossfire have been around for sometime now and seems stable but again this is done with the help of Uli south bridge and with the nvidia buy out of uli it dosent seem bright for crossfire unless they get their own south bridge up or gasp(: use VIA's solution 8O !
I built a system for a friend who 'Already had a monitor'. In his case it turned out to be a piece of crap 15" CRT with a max res of 800x600. If this is the case with you, I'd strongly suggest getting something better, or you're missing out on what all that lurvely hardware can show you
Just a thought.
Heres a good $850 system. Except i would replace the 3500+ with a 3700+ that has double the L2 cache for only $20 more. And/Or swap the 6800 gt with a 7800 gt. You could even up it to 2 gigs of Corsair XMS for about $200...
Quote:Heres a good $850 system. Except i would replace the 3500+ with a 3700+ that has double the L2 cache for only $20 more. And/Or swap the 6800 gt with a 7800 gt. You could even up it to 2 gigs of Corsair XMS for about $200...
Hey bro I like your comp set up. I want to get a new comp and i'm thinking of going the same cpu as you. How much did it cost you. Including vid card, ram, hard drive, and mobo.:wink:
Quote:be your own man little boy :d lol
does anyone besides me still hold allegence to intel? or am i the only soilder in the Fort?
Dual core 3.2 Ghz
160 gb HD
2 GB RAM
7800 GTX 256
X-Fi extreme music SC
19' FLat Panel 1280 x 1024
5.1 Dolby Speaker setup
Hey jerk off, this is the wrong thread for that nonsense. :twisted: