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Hey guys, this isn't a question, but I know that this will help some people. I saw this on newegg, and I feel that it encompasses exactly what a mid-range gaming computer should be. All you need to do is buy your own hard drive.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.1069078

Again, sorry if you were looking to answer a question, but I just feel that this will help some people so I'm putting it on here.
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  1. That's not bad for a pre configured rig. I'm really skeptical of most rigs because - say Tiger Direct - uses a lot of junk components in their pre configured rigs especially cases and power supplies.
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    All you need to do is buy your own hard drive.


    And OS.....

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    I'm really skeptical of most rigs because - say Tiger Direct - uses a lot of junk components in their pre configured rigs especially cases and power supplies.


    And they usually pair an I7 with something like a gt 620....

    But yeah, that one's fairly well balanced.
  3. edtheguy said:


    And they usually pair an I7 with something like a gt 620....

    But yeah, that one's fairly well balanced.


    Yeah exactly Tiger Direct's pre configured systems often have no rhyme or reason as to the parts they choose. :lol:
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