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Hey all im useless wi this but what woukd this rig be worth and is it any good Intel Core i3-4170 processor 8GB RAM and 2TB hard drive GTX 960 Graphics and Windows 10 Read More
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Hey all im useless wi this but what woukd this rig be worth and is it any good

Intel Core i3-4170 processor

8GB RAM and 2TB hard drive

GTX 960 Graphics and Windows 10
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
It's value depends on the condition it's in. Is it new, second hand etc.?

I'd say £350-400 second hand. It's a good mid-range last generation machine. The lack of SSD may be annoying and it's a shame it's not a 380/380X instead of a 960 but it'll play everything you throw at it for a few years.
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EndlessWaves
It's value depends on the condition it's in. Is it new, second hand etc.?

I'd say £350-400 second hand. It's a good mid-range last generation machine. The lack of SSD may be annoying and it's a shame it's not a 380/380X instead of a 960 but it'll play everything you throw at it for a few years.


Its for sale for 350 appears to be a zoo storm not sure which model is this a good brand mate?
#3
£350 sounds a bit too much. Knock 50 quid and that would be a sweet spot.

The rig itself depends. Are you wanting to play 1080p60fps on max because this will struggle especially with games getting better and better in the coming months.

It's a good entry level pc but don't expect much out of it.

Games are becoming more orientated on better processors these days with a few pc enthusiasts arguing that sooner or later we'll need i7s for some games and Vram requirements going up and up as well.

Edited By: ItsAMeChriso on Oct 04, 2016 11:08: added more clarity
#4
ItsAMeChriso
£350 sounds a bit too much. Knock 50 quid and that would be a sweet spot.

The rig itself depends. Are you wanting to play 1080p60fps on max because this will struggle especially with games getting better and better in the coming months.

It's a good entry level pc but don't expect much out of it.

Games are becoming more orientated on better processors these days with a few pc enthusiasts arguing that sooner or later we'll need i7s for some games and Vram requirements going up and up as well.


Cheers guys. Im more a console gamer tbh was toying wi the idea of pc but maybe a bit conplicated for me lol
#5
Low end gaming pc, I'd say £250, if you run these specs on new games ie Battlefield 1 out this month I doubt it could play it. Just depends what you want to play I suppose
#6
£250 for such a new machine with an OS? I think that's far too low for a general estimate without knowing anything about the machine. It hasn't lost half it's value or more in the few months since newer hardware has been available.

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