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#1 Jack_240
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Thank you guys, I got what I wanted. :)
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#2 Jack_240
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Hello everyone, I've been playing a lot of single-player games for a long time, I've never had a multiplayer game for a while now. And I've been kinda off gaming since last year because of moving out and my studies. Now, I'm in summer vacation and would you kindly give me some of your favorite multiplayer to consider buying. Thank you in advance.
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#3 Jack_240
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Currently studying my Bachelor degree: English Language. Aiming at: TESOL "Teaching English as a Second Language" for Master's degree and Ph.D for the future hopefully. :)
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#4 Jack_240
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I don't vote, so I won't have to take responsibility for their idiotic actions later on.
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#5 Jack_240
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Yep, I just bought a custom-built PC, it cost me almost 1500$ and I'm so happy with it, it's fast and powerful. It will last with me for until the next-gen of games come out. I'm also considering upgrading some of its specs. Consoles get cheap eventually, but PCs don't. I'm happy with what I've got. I have all the current-gen systems except for the Wii. However, I'm more into PC games right now.
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#6 Jack_240
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[QUOTE="C_Rule"]Who is "he" and did "he" suggest the 3770K and the GA-X79-UD5? Cause they won't work together, that motherboard is a different socket to what the CPU needs. No need for the 3770K, save yourself $100 and get the 3570K, it's just as good for games. And for motherboard, get something like a Gigabyte Z77 UD5 or ASUS Z77 Sabertooth. Don't need 16GB of memory, if you want to save a few dollars there, just get 8GB. 8GB will do the same job, as far as gaming is concerned. The rest looks fine. What brand is the power supply?

I think it was corsair or something called litepower. he is the shopkeeper or the retailer who works there. Yep, he did. I'm not familiar with compatible Motherboards and CPU that's why I asked him to do so.
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#7 Jack_240
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I've been to lots of computer shops around the city and I've been pricing these specs for games. I don't care about the price as much as I care for the quality I'm getting, I need a PC that would last for the upcoming games that require a lot of specs; Here's my planned specifications: CPU: Intel-core i7 3770K 3.5GH x 4 cores (he said it is a new i7 series CPU, is it really good??) Motherboard: GA-X79-UD5 Ram: Vengeance Ram 16 GB (8GB x 2) DDR3 1600 MHz Graphic Card: Radeon Sapphire HD 7970 3GB (also said it was new) HardDisk Drive: Force 120 GB SATA 3 + 2 TB HDD Powersupply: 750 wats Keep in mind this will be a costumed PC for games. I would like to run all games at their highest settings without any problems. Can these specs get the job done? Thank you in advance.
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#8 Jack_240
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way too overkill, dood.

quebec946
you think??
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#9 Jack_240
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Absolutely no need to get a 6 core i7, the best i5 CPU will be more than enough, games don't really require the top of the line CPU's. You definitely don't need 32GB of RAM, 16GB will be MORE than enough. Other than that it seems pretty good. If you are willing to spend the money saved from those changes then I would look at maybe a GTX 690 which, and with that configuration you will be maxing games out for a few years to come.JC_Spot
So I think reconsider building with these specs ? huh. I want it to last to next-gen lol, I know cuz those games that are coming need to have a killer PC for this stuff.
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#10 Jack_240
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Hi everyone, recently I've found a very good job that pays well. I've been trying to figure out what to do with the money. So I decided to buy a new PC for gaming only. I will leave the old one for movies/series and music. Keep in mind that I would like to play all games like Crysis 2, Battlefield 3, Diablo 3 in their highest settings. But I'm no PC gamer expert. This is the specs of the PC I will build. CPU: i7 3630 six-core processor, 3.20 GB, 12 MB Memory Cache. Memory Ram: 32 GB ( Operating System windows 7 64-bit) Video Card: Nvidia Ge Force 670 , 2 GB Hard Drive: SSD 120 GB ( for the C:/system ) , 1 TB ( 2 harddrrives) Motherboard: Gigabyte 79 UD5 It's going to cost me 2560 USD ( I live in Saudi Arabia, Saudi Riyal 9600 ) Is this PC going to run all games with their highest settings? Do you think it will last until the next-gen consoles? Thank you in advance