Post below is clearly misleading – it’s stating that the PC is a Desktop “Gaming” Computer.http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/desktop-gaming-computer-240/874916
This couldn’t be further from the true.
While there are many degrees of “Gaming” PC, with performance being a deciding factor.. A Nvidia 8400 is an incredibly old and inadequate card to be used in relation to the term.
“Despite its low price this card has a respectable 512MB of memory, but its slow 450MHz GPU makes it unsuitable for modern games. It managed only a couple of frames per second in our 1,440x900 Crysis test, and 5.9fps in Call of Duty 4 at 1,440x900 with 4x anti-aliasing. At 1,024x768 and with anti-aliasing disabled it still produced an unplayable 14.6fps.”
As you can see – even in August 2008 – the card was unsuitable for modern games of the time. It was a cheap GFX card produced mainly for HD video playback, it was not aimed at the gaming market.
2-3 years later and now in the year 2011 – how do you think that card stacks up today?
I made a post pointing this out – incase any buyer unaware or lacking knowledge of such things may be fooled into purchasing it under the impression it’s a “Gaming” PC.
These posts were removed – which i can fully understand – however – if my comments are removed then the post itself should be edited to better reflect what is being purchased. Otherwise you could end up with one very unhappy buyer.
The OP has already proved he is willing to lie about the performance, stating in reply to one of my posts that he can play Call Of Duty: Black Ops without an issue. When it’s certainly shown by many reviews, it struggled with Call of Duty 4, a game which is over 3 years old and two steps back in the series from Black Ops.
I fail to see how it’s ok for moderators to make sure deals are represented properly by the people who post them, yet for sale items are not.
Sort it out.