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IS this okay for budget gaming rig?


Sherrence1

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hi there

Ive a budget stretched to 650€ which is 580£

Ive asked a lot of opinions on this and just want to get more assurance

Is this rig okay for rts max gaming and maybe the odd dabble into rpg or gta4 etc? this needs to last a long time in the future and if there are any improvements or compatibilty issues please let me kno thanks :)

So this is what i was hoping for...

[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/4xX7i.jpg[/IMG]

thanks for all input

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gengiscant

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I would double the RAM, not sure about a wireless card on a desktop, I prefer a wired connection. Apart from that you have quite a nice build going on.

Buying from Scan is a good idea as they are a company I buy most of my components with and any problems are soon sorted by their customer service dept.

Remember that should you have any problems with your build, and that is likely, I still have problems and I have been building a while now. Do not be afraid to ask questions if you need help.

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Shershan

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thanks...the psu is good enough u think? thats really what ppl are getting me nervous about :P

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gengiscant

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I was running two similar graphics cards on 500W, so go for it.

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