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tony_dudz Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
computer people please.
need help quick
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#2
of what? see it now! lol
#3
I don't see why not. Although you could get a bigger monitor for the money

I'm not clued up on graphics cards at all though. PC looks decent though, I don't see any problem with it.
#4
good then
banned#5
yeah its all ok if thats all you want
banned#6
are you going for a mid range gaming pc?

in which case change the thread and title and ask for help on best mid range gaming pc's. some people know this and will help ya :)
#7
pay a little extra and get a 22" monitor :thumbsup:
#8
If your going to use it for gaming..then i would get a bigger inch screen but otherwise good
#9
cack, but cheap cack. 2mb cache ?
#10
No. 250W PSU, I'd be concerned that that will struggle with your graphics card (it should just about be okay if its a quality PSU with a true 200W+ output on the 12V rail, but given its 'Ebuyer Extra Value' I'm not so sure). You are probably better off buying the components seperately to be honest, you have far more flexibility in choice of what it comes with and its not particularly hard to fit them all together (if you can add a graphics card and change a power supply then with a little patience and research you can build a complete system.)

I'd also get a 22" (or even 24") monitor for not much more, unless you plan to sit very close to the screen...
#11
jah128
No. 250W PSU, I'd be concerned that that will struggle with your graphics card (it should just about be okay if its a quality PSU with a true 200W+ output on the 12V rail, but given its 'Ebuyer Extra Value' I'm not so sure). You are probably better off buying the components seperately to be honest, you have far more flexibility in choice of what it comes with and its not particularly hard to fit them all together (if you can add a graphics card and change a power supply then with a little patience and research you can build a complete system.)

I'd also get a 22" (or even 24") monitor for not much more, unless you plan to sit very close to the screen...

what graphics card then mate?
please, i need your help
btw, one of the reviews says its 250W PSU. and its a dell pc.
also, would this one be ok.
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/139026
#12
cmon people., please. rep
#13
Its the 250W in the review that concerns me - its not really enough (AMD themselves recommend 400W for the 46x0 series, which isn't strictly necessary but unless its a very good 250W it probably wont cut it).

The other card you mention would work but its pretty crap (and poor value) compared to the 46x0 series. A 4650 for under £40 would be far better and use a little less power than the 4670 (still depends on how good the PSU that comes with the system is though...)
#14
I'd say build your own; but RAM prices are a bit crippling at the moment, moreso in a cheaper system where cost is key.

What budget do you have for the actual system?
#15
for under 250-300 id say get a dell... just too expensive to get all the parts and a monitor for that price and be decent either way...

build it yourself if you know how and get a decent spec, whats your budget? easier to tell you if its good or not dependant on budget :)

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