So, which of these computers will be the BEST for GAMING USE?
And which is the best deal as for the PRICE?
Would i be able to play these on max settings? Which ones can't?
Games I Play:
Call of Duty Black Ops
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 / 3
Grand Theft Auto 4
Red Dead Redemption
Silent Hill Series
I Am Alive
Left 4 Dead 2
Assasins Creed Revelations
Nor are any of those systems really good options. Not a single one of those will max out BF3.
The Core2Duo and quads, you're investing in systems that are several generations out of date, none of them have a modern graphics card except the first one with the 550 TI, I had one.. 550 TIs are decent for what they are, but forget 1080p gaming with it.
ok, so none of these will be able to play these games maxed? And the power supply on all of these systems are over 650w with decent brands like corsair, etc.
Which of these would run these games, the best?
The thing is that all of the computers you listed are very old, and have very old hardware. They're not really worth buying.
yeah i agree with you on that, but my budget is $450 and i am wanting to buy a decent gaming computer fast and these are what i found locally , there was another OK gaming pc, here are the specs:
Intel core 2 duo e8400 @ 3.0 Ghz
MSI GTX 460 1 GB DDR5
4 GB RAM DDR2
640 GB HDD 7200 rpm
with a 20 inch screen
I think this graphics is the best GPU out of the ones i mentioned by far, but the CPU is really old and only dual , so i would have to upgrade to intel quad or something which is pretty expensive
thanks for the replies
Would go for 1st one if I HAD to choose something.
I would recommend to get something different or just change few things, like:
save some money on:
-SSD 120GB -> 60/64GB - if you want ssd
-you could probably save few $ on memory, 4-6GB would do just fine.
-dont know about you but 1TB its a bit too big for me personally...thats just me - like to back up and format every 3-4 months )
Heh, lol... 1TB too big? Hogwash! I have a 500GB main drive and 2x 2TB secondary drives in my system.. Total available space? about 1TB free between them.. Give me time.. But I'm a pack rat, I torrent television shows, and why delete em after I've watched em? If I ever want to watch them again, I'd have to redownload them.
you can build a far better one for 450-500 if you could wait for it to be shipped and figure out how to assemble, granted you have a windows disc.
Eh, honestly probably not. No the 550 TI isn't super great, but figure 180 for the i5, I assume its a chinsy motherboard, maybe 50 bucks, 100 bucks for the hard drive, 100 bucks for windows, 120 for the SSD? 50 for the RAM, 125 for the 550 TI?.. It adds up to a big fat, I wonder why hes selling it?