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This PC + GeForce GTX 560 = good gaming rig?

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August 13, 2012 8:24:40 PM

Ok so here is a little backstory:

Right now I am using a laptop and I am looking to get a new Desktop PC to be able to run lot's of my audio editing and producing software and application's such as photoshop and sony vegas AND games that I will be buying for it such as Guild Wars 2 and future releases.

I have been trying to do the best research possible so I can walk into Tiger Direct knowing exactly what I want, and I found a pretty good (well I think is, but im no pro) bundle for a PC. I also found a video card, the Galaxy GeForce GTX 560 Video Card and needed some opinions on the bundle and the card combined.

Any input is appreciated, just wanting to know if these two go together and will be able to run games at high or even better, ultra settings and programs smoothly.

Thanks in advance!

Link to PC:
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Link to Video Card:
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August 13, 2012 11:13:11 PM

"We're Sorry, The Page You've Requested Could Not Be Found."

Can you cut/paste the specs of the PC? That makes life easier for people.

Conceptually adding a good video card to a PC is a good thing. You just need to make sure you have a good power supply (and some bundles throw in a junk power supply, google it) and make sure that you have the two slots avail for the card (e.g. a gtx560 will not fit in a slim or small form factor case).
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