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September 8, 2012 1:20:42 AM

Hello homies

Im planing to buy new pc , low end but im a newbie in new intel motherboards...
Im profesional only with 775 socket mobos and everything on them...

One question only...

Dont know which procesor is better for gaming


Core 2 duo e6750 2.66ghz

or

Intel core G530 sandy bridge...


which procesor is stronger...


btw. spec for the first one is Hp DC7900 SFF c2d e6750, 2gb ddr2, hdd 250gb, dvd, psu 240w and its NEW

the second one is Intel core G530 dual core 2.4ghz, ram 2gb ddr3, hdd 160gb sata, dvd rw, vga intel hd 2000 ( better than ati hd5450,6450, geforce gt210,gt220 ) + pcie expansion slot for newest cards, dvd rw, mobo Biostar H61ML socket 1155 and PSU FSP FORTRON.



The first pc is about 115 euros
the second one is in about 150euros...
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September 8, 2012 1:33:10 AM

Whichever one you get you will need to buy a better graphics card for gaming and most likely a new PSU (definitely for the 1st one). Also getting more RAM will help alot to. Neither are good gaming CPUs but at least the second PC is upgradable to ones that are. I would not buy the 1st one for gaming because as it is it cannot play modern games at all and being small form factor you will need a new case to upgrade it and buy the time you have spent the money you need to on it its not worth it. The second one will play some games as it is on lowest settings and resolution and may just need a basic graphics card to run all games on low - medium settings. I recommend you save up 400+ Euros and you can build a decent gaming machine.
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September 8, 2012 1:35:17 AM

G530

p.s. where #3?
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September 8, 2012 1:53:53 AM

rgd1101 said:
G530

p.s. where #3?



the third i uses right now...

intel pentium dual core E5200
2gb ddr2
hdd80
dvd
psu 450w
raden 4350 512mb
September 8, 2012 1:56:49 AM

simon12 said:
Whichever one you get you will need to buy a better graphics card for gaming and most likely a new PSU (definitely for the 1st one). Also getting more RAM will help alot to. Neither are good gaming CPUs but at least the second PC is upgradable to ones that are. I would not buy the 1st one for gaming because as it is it cannot play modern games at all and being small form factor you will need a new case to upgrade it and buy the time you have spent the money you need to on it its not worth it. The second one will play some games as it is on lowest settings and resolution and may just need a basic graphics card to run all games on low - medium settings. I recommend you save up 400+ Euros and you can build a decent gaming machine.



I play games only at 1024x768 res..never been higher ress...

and i dont want only buy pc for games, games are optional...i play games like nba 2k serials, nfs, gta, soccer , fifa
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September 8, 2012 2:28:42 AM

sure, man, your money, our advice, just buy a low end system if you are only sticking to 1024 x 768.

but here is a very juicy website, to choose your weapons..
http://www.homepcbuilder.com/build-your-own-computer-pa...

i suggest the low end $250..
but u wont be close to $250, as u have the parts and only want the cpu and gpu...


so, u r gonna spend at least $150 only... :0
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