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March 21, 2012 11:33:02 AM

Hi everyone I just want to build a gaming system for gta 5. I play at 1280x1024 and I am not interested in upgrading my monitor. I currently have i3 2100 4 GB ddr3 ram,my mobo is msi h67ma-e45 and planning to buy a graphic card plz guide me in purchasing a graphic card also. My psu is COOLER MASTER EXTREME POWER 500W. I have 600$=PKR 55000 to spend. Please help. I live in PAKISTAN.

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March 21, 2012 12:46:53 PM

well the game is not out yet so we dont know the recomended specs but from my gta 4 experience that game loves fast processors, its a badly optimized port so i would upgrade to a quad core first
March 21, 2012 1:00:51 PM

alvine said:
well the game is not out yet so we dont know the recomended specs but from my gta 4 experience that game loves fast processors, its a badly optimized port so i would upgrade to a quad core first

I know that but what recommandations for a pc that will last for next three years maxing out every game at 720p.
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March 21, 2012 1:02:47 PM

wait for gta5 to come out... computer stuff aways gets better, thus today stuff is yesterdays slow stuff... so wait until gta5 is released, then buy the computer stuff.

BTW 600 dollars is not much for a new computer... and i think gta5 is going to be console only, (at first), so if the game is arriving in a year, you will have to wait at least another year for the pc version...

hold on to your money. wait.

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March 21, 2012 1:11:40 PM
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well, if you have to get something now... a gtx560ti (384), runs every thing well. as a 7950 does to and approachs the speed of sli 560's and would probably fit within the power budget that you have... (the only program that i know that runs alot slower on 7950 than the 560ti is Second Life).
March 21, 2012 1:29:31 PM

Hafiz Umais said:
I know that but what recommandations for a pc that will last for next three years maxing out every game at 720p.


i5-2500k with a 300$ GPU and with that set-up you could buy a second GPU later on whe the prices will have decreased (after they released the next generation GPU). Just be sure to pick up a PSU that allow it.


So either get a 7850 or a 7870. You can always wait to see the Nvidia 600s to be released to compare the benchmark but I wouldn,t expect to play game at ultra for the next 3years ona 600$ PC even if 720p isn't demanding.

i5-2500k + a 250$ is the bare minimum I would suggest.
March 21, 2012 4:22:04 PM

Ok i will wait for GTA 5 to come out
April 2, 2012 2:08:22 PM

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November 15, 2012 5:47:40 AM

well i want to put my opinion in that.. !!
well it depends
GTA 4 was poorly optimized for PC.
BUT IF R* made gta 5 like max payne 3 or similar graphics engine for pc
then u dont have to put extra money..!!
max payne 3 worked brolliantly with my old system with 2 gig ram,e5500 processor and gt 430 at 1024x 768..
i think an
i3 processor
4 gig ram
hd 6670 woud be enough in that case(720P
)
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