A New PC - Need some advice!

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  1. SaintsFan86

    SaintsFan86 Well-Known Member

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    Here is the link to the system I want to buy,..- http://www.computerplanet.co.uk/gaming/gx2500/builder.html
    Would appreciate it if some of the computer savvy members to give me thumbs up or not!

    Here are the things I need to be assured on..

    1. The Fans/Cooling will cope with the hardware components in my PC
    2. Whether the PC will play the games out now to a good standard.. and onwards.


    If you can't use the link, Tell me and ill type up the specs!

    Thanks in Advance :)
     
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  2. Brian Storm

    Brian Storm Well-Known Member

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    Looks cock on to me like. Keep your eye open for an intel i7 and it'll be a beast. You'd need to update your cooling system as well like but it will be well worth it when you have the spare pennies.

    Have fun mate.
     
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  3. SaintsFan86

    SaintsFan86 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for your input fella :) appreciated! I actually did choose the Intel i7 4770!. And I have a arctic cooler system 13 or something?? Lol which is better then the 7 pro2 as it states on the list! :)

    Again.. thanks for your time :)
     
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  4. ManDingo 20"/20"

    ManDingo 20"/20" MDMA Guru

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    Personally, I've never ordered already built PC's - too expensive.

    Just get a motherboard bundle off ebay. Then get a case, graphics card, few hard disks, spend a few hours building it and you'll have a much better PC for cheaper.
     
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  5. Brian Storm

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    That's the way like. My mate's pc is out of this world and it cost less than 400 quid. He upgrades it every three month to keep it top spec.
     
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