I just want high FPS, to play stuff like COD and GTA and stuff. I play everything on low settings, so I get more fps. But yes, would a $1000 PC be able to play resource intensive games on low, and if so, what are some recommendations?
Hey SupalolCat, check out my computer build at http://newbcomputerbuild.com/?page_id=91 and see if you can work around that. It uses parts from www.newegg.com and which would be an ideal way of purchasing parts for yourself, or ncix as you also stated. If you need help just ask
Hi Supalolcat, I'll always advise against a pre-build/branded system. Not only will upgradability in future be an issue but also the quality of components will be suspect especially the invisible components like PSU etc. Plus, you'll get to save a bit by building your own.
This should be a great Gaming system for under $1000 -
This will decimate any $1000 Dell/HP/Acer/Gateway any given day.
EDIT - I actually missed your cyberpower link. It's a terrific deal. Still unsure 'bout the PSU brand, but definitely worth giving a shot if you don't wanna build your own. Even if you have to change the PSU a few months down the line (let's hope that doesn't happen) it'll still be pretty good value.
You're right. As I've already said, go with the Cyberpower one if you don't wanna build one yourself. It's almost the same as the one I had laid out. And also pretty terrific value for money, at least by pre-build standards. You can do a lot worse than that at this price range.