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Building a portable gaming computer.


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#1 Crockturtle566

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 05:33 PM

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1WuOZ

Not finale. 

 

 

I need help from you guys out there on these forums. My few questions:

1. Does this video card fit in this case?

2. Do any of you guys have any of these parts and can you give your personable review on them?

3. Are there any better parts out there that are better and cheaper maybe? 

 

 

Few more questions to come soon if any occur on my end. 

 

 

Sorry for not having the best grammar in the world.



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#2 Quantum41

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Posted 12 November 2013 - 01:56 AM

Your card should fit just fine. It most likely will be a tight squeeze but it should fit. Compact cards cost a lot more but they may be interesting. 

 

I would recommend at least a 700 Watt power supply so if you do upgrade or anything happens like that, you wont have to spend more money to get a better PSU. (500 will work fine, that's no problem, just a suggestion tho) 

 

You most likely are going to also want to invest in a DVD-R drive and if you are not wired into your internet, maybe an WIFI card can help you out to have the best possible connection. 

 

Lemme know how it goes!! :)


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