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What Is The Best Gaming Pc For The Buck

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#1 greatertater


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Posted 31 July 2008 - 01:06 PM

I need advice bcause I have a limited budget for this but the only game I usually play is Pirates of the Caribbean Online which has serious lag problems with the PC I have now. I have Zotac Nvidia GEForce 7300 GT with 256 MB DDR2 memory and I have about 35% of my pc usage running. I would like something that performs at least as well as this but that computer is not a gaming pc, obviously, and I think I want one if it will save me money by purchasing a PC primarily devoted to gaming.

Thanks and I'll hang up and listen.

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#2 Sterling14


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Posted 31 July 2008 - 01:55 PM

I don't know much about this game, but it seems to have low system requirements. You could probably throw in a new graphics card for cheap, and some new ram, and it will run a lot better. If you can give me the model number of your pc, and/or the system specifications, i can help you out more.

If you don't want to upgrade, and just get a new computer though, I can help you with that too. just let me know what your price range is.
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Posted 07 August 2008 - 04:21 AM

depending on the budget I would suggest the RAM and GPU as well, but make sure to check if your power supply can handle the upgrade. Also what is the speed of your network card. 10Base-T or less is worth upgrading as well.

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