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March 17, 2012 5:59:58 PM

Hello community of TH! :) 

Im new to this forum so, hello!

As the release of the game GW2 is coming closer and closer, im looking for a new pc.
Now the problem is, im low on budget.

So i need a pc that can play GW2 at medium/ high settings, and i'll upgrade it later on if i want to play it at max settings.
If you can build a pc with my budget for high settins, i'll appreciate that!

My budget is around 500~650€ *650 max!*

Now i was thinking about the i3 2100 and 6850 radeon graphic card, but the other pc items. I dont have a idea what to choose because im only a bit common with CPU and GPU

So the question is,

Could someone build a pc for me within 650 euro, to play GW2 on medium/high settings?

Thanks for youre help

~Timo~ :na: 

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March 18, 2012 8:31:00 PM

That CPU and GPU both sound good, I'd just get a cheap H61 motherboard with 4GB of RAM and a decent ~400W PSU and you should be set.
March 18, 2012 11:35:54 PM

April 10, Pre-Purchase :)  .. Can't wait!!!
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March 18, 2012 11:47:43 PM

I couldnt find anywhere if there is gonna be that disturbing "phasing" thing again. Being unable to see other players. Is it going to be present at GW 2 ?
March 18, 2012 11:49:51 PM

sinthoras said:
I couldnt find anywhere if there is gonna be that disturbing "phasing" thing again. Being unable to see other players. Is it going to be present at GW 2 ?


Not that I'm aware of.. Lot's of beta vids are up on youtube. Can't recall hearing anything about that issue.
March 19, 2012 12:00:19 AM

timoftw said:
Hello community of TH! :) 

Im new to this forum so, hello!

As the release of the game GW2 is coming closer and closer, im looking for a new pc.
Now the problem is, im low on budget.

So i need a pc that can play GW2 at medium/ high settings, and i'll upgrade it later on if i want to play it at max settings.
If you can build a pc with my budget for high settins, i'll appreciate that!

My budget is around 500~650€ *650 max!*

Now i was thinking about the i3 2100 and 6850 radeon graphic card, but the other pc items. I dont have a idea what to choose because im only a bit common with CPU and GPU

So the question is,

Could someone build a pc for me within 650 euro, to play GW2 on medium/high settings?

Thanks for youre help

~Timo~ :na: 
Rosewill Challenger-U3
TX650
Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 8GB
ASRock H61M
i3 2120
CM Hyper 212 Evo
Mushkin Enhanced Chronos Deluxe 120GB

Total: ~500 Euros (your currency is Euros, right?) which leaves a nice 150 for a new Keplar or 7800 GPU.

I didn't include a HDD because I thought 120GB would be enough for GW2, OS, a few other programs, etc.
March 19, 2012 12:03:17 AM

e56imfg said:
Rosewill Challenger-U3
TX650
Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 8GB
ASRock H61M
i3 2120
CM Hyper 212 Evo
Mushkin Enhanced Chronos Deluxe 120GB

Total: ~500 Euros (your currency is Euros, right?) which leaves a nice 150 for a new Keplar or 7800 GPU.

I didn't include a HDD because I thought 120GB would be enough for GW2, OS, a few other programs, etc.



why do you recommend him an aftermarket cooler when he doesnt state anything about overclocking and he has limited budget
March 19, 2012 1:22:42 AM

sinthoras said:
why do you recommend him an aftermarket cooler when he doesnt state anything about overclocking and he has limited budget
Quieter, cooler operation. He still has enough for a 7850.
March 19, 2012 5:12:34 AM

Hello guys!

Thanks for youre answers, i made a system myself.

What do you think about it? :) 

April 9, 2012 6:33:25 PM

As a repeat offender on trying to use Rosewill's Computer components. Avoid it like the plague. Stick to more reliable brands. ESPECIALLY on a PSU, The Seasonic will be an enormously safer bet.
April 10, 2012 1:07:01 PM

It's hard to find seasonics in Europe, maybe the XFX core 450W instead? That is seasonic manufactured.
August 15, 2012 8:37:07 PM

existencenow said:
As a repeat offender on trying to use Rosewill's Computer components. Avoid it like the plague. Stick to more reliable brands. ESPECIALLY on a PSU, The Seasonic will be an enormously safer bet.



:whistle:  FYI Rosewill's Green series are excellent PSU's,and are in fact made by Seasonic. Don't judge a book by it's cover,you have to read what's inside.
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