Help! Need a good PC for gaming but am so confused! :'(

  mrtwentythirty1 23 Sep 11
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Hey everyone, I want a base unit for playing high end games, something that can handle say Shogun 2 Total War with no problems. But I have gotten so so confused with the best to have! My spend range is like £600-£900. I found the following:

http://www.medion.com/gb/electronics/prod/MEDION®+AKOYA®+P7705+D+%28MD7632%29/310014581?category=pcinteli7&wtmc=gb.extern.pricecom.pricerunner.beezup&wtcc1=preisvergleich&wtcc2=30011616a1&wtcc3=pricerunner&utmmedium=produktvergleich&utmcampaign=pricerunner

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00560YAUK/ref=ascdfB00560YAUK4515324?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=pr-electronics-21&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B00560YAUK

http://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/hp-pavilion-p7-1058uk-desktop-pc-10452263-pdt.html

But let me know if they are bad, or what your thoughts are. As I said it will be mostly for gaming :P and in advance, any help would be GREATLY appreciated!! Thanks :D Dan

  Armchair 24 Sep 11

As specified in the links, only the first PC is suited gaming. That's because it has a reasonably good graphics card installed (ie The HD 6870), which is essential for gaming. The second PC has a cheapo discrete graphics card, which isn't much use for recent games, and the third PC only comes with integrated graphics (forget it!).

Summary:- The Medion is the only one that's any use to you (without customising the PC).

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