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    HELP. Is this a nice computer for gaming?

    Does this have proper specs, and is the price decent for what it is? I want something that's going to run games very well. Doesn't have to be flawless, but I don't want to be disappointed either haha.


    Any other recommendations??? It's a plus if I can order from Dell or Newegg.

    Thanks so much <3

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    It should definitively run video games very well c: (also depends what video games are you going to play) the only thing I'm not a big fan is the amd video card, but it's because I really prefer nvidia. I would recommend you to choose a nvidia graphic card, but amd is a good option too

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    It's definitely a more than decent system, but I am not sure if the GPU is the best for high-end gaming.
    Last edited by neoplux; 08-11-2016 at 05:45 AM.

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    In my opinion an i5-6600K processor would be enough.

    Also, it'd be better to buy parts and put them together. PC that are already built always have a "bad" component that acts as a bottleneck, they inflate the price and you would need to upgrade.
    The GPU in this case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munna View Post
    Does this have proper specs, and is the price decent for what it is? I want something that's going to run games very well. Doesn't have to be flawless, but I don't want to be disappointed either haha.


    Any other recommendations??? It's a plus if I can order from Dell or Newegg.

    Thanks so much <3
    no, do not get that if you haven't already. You could do much better than that on your budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jongeh View Post
    no, do not get that if you haven't already. You could do much better than that on your budget.
    I didn't end up getting this one, thank goodness. I appreciate your feedback!

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    What is your budget, your main and secondary reasons for buying and do you want a pc or laptop? I could put you in the right direction regarding which parts you could get regarding most 'bang for your buck,' as they say.

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    Definitely would run games, although in my experience, I wouldn't buy premade ones. Whether building it yourself or finding a store online that at least lets you customise your build even by just a few parts to all. You get a more personalized experience, and get the system you want. Plus you know it won't come off a factory line but will be hand made.

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    The video card has a 6/10 average from what I can see... I was wondering why you got this computer for so low lol. You should take some suggestions from members and research the different components just to be safe. Especially the graphics card if you are going to be gaming and you want to enjoy it 100%.

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