Best Gaming Computer Specs

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Ken

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I am buying a new gaming / multimedia capable computer and I am looking for

suggestions on good gaming rig specs. Can anyone give what they'd consider

the best specs for a gaming computer. This will help me choose a rig and how

much I'll need to spend. Much appreciated.
 
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Riley

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Three words: Bigger is better.

Bigger the numbers, the better it will handle the games.

Try to quad processor, 4 gigs at least, designated graphics card, and throw

in some sound to.

"Ken" wrote in message

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>I am buying a new gaming / multimedia capable computer and I am looking for

> suggestions on good gaming rig specs. Can anyone give what they'd consider

> the best specs for a gaming computer. This will help me choose a rig and

> how

> much I'll need to spend. Much appreciated.
 
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Fastrac.Design

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Go to www.alienware.com take a look at their top line gaming rigs (you can

see all the individual parts listed) and from that you can get an idea of

what you will need to build a kick ass pc! Your gonna need a large wallet to

build a truly awesome modern pc but good luck to you.





On 13/04/2010 19:51, in article e$NyUpz2KHA.5420@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl, "Ken"

wrote:



> I am buying a new gaming / multimedia capable computer and I am looking for

> suggestions on good gaming rig specs. Can anyone give what they'd consider

> the best specs for a gaming computer. This will help me choose a rig and how

> much I'll need to spend. Much appreciated.

>
 
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Ken

Guest
Thanks, I will. I'm looking at something right now. What about i7, NVIDIA

GeForce GTX 480, maybe ASUS P7P55 Motherboard, 16 Gigs RAM, 2 X 2T WD HD,

other stuff in an Antec 1200. I'm considering this. The Antec 1200 has lots

of space, which my previous tower certainly did not. So big is right.









"Riley" wrote in message

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> Three words: Bigger is better.

> Bigger the numbers, the better it will handle the games.

> Try to quad processor, 4 gigs at least, designated graphics card, and

> throw in some sound to.

> "Ken" wrote in message

> news:e$NyUpz2KHA.5420@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...

>>I am buying a new gaming / multimedia capable computer and I am looking

>>for

>> suggestions on good gaming rig specs. Can anyone give what they'd

>> consider

>> the best specs for a gaming computer. This will help me choose a rig and

>> how

>> much I'll need to spend. Much appreciated.


>
 
K

Ken

Guest
Thanks, I will. I know of Alienware. They're very impressive. I'm working

out a possible rig right now. What about i7, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480, maybe

ASUS P7P55 Motherboard, 16 Gigs RAM, 2 X 2T WD HD, other stuff in an Antec

1200. I'm considering this. The Antec 1200 has lots of space, which my

previous tower lacked so much, including several other factors. I don't want

to be caught with less than capable requirements for at least a few years. I

also want to be ready for any serious upgrading I will be doing in the

future.









"Fastrac.Design" wrote in message

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> Go to www.alienware.com take a look at their top line gaming rigs (you can

> see all the individual parts listed) and from that you can get an idea of

> what you will need to build a kick ass pc! Your gonna need a large wallet

> to

> build a truly awesome modern pc but good luck to you.

>

>

> On 13/04/2010 19:51, in article e$NyUpz2KHA.5420@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl,

> "Ken"

> wrote:

>

>> I am buying a new gaming / multimedia capable computer and I am looking

>> for

>> suggestions on good gaming rig specs. Can anyone give what they'd

>> consider

>> the best specs for a gaming computer. This will help me choose a rig and

>> how

>> much I'll need to spend. Much appreciated.

>>


>
 
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