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Brain Mouse, good for gaming?

Q: Brain Mouse, good for gaming?

Hey, do any of you use this OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator brain mouse, it is said the brain mouse...play games with a Blink of an eye! Sorry I am noob here, do any of you use it? Any good, that's very expensive.

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Hey, do any of you use this OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator brain mouse , it is said the brain mouse...play games with a Blink of an eye! Sorry I am noob here, do any of you use it? Any good, that's very expensive.
 

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I was looking at this one, all I know is the higher dpi the better. Anyone got anything better in mind?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...004&cm_re=gaming_mouse-_-26-161-004-_-Product
 

A:What's a good gaming mouse for around 50$?

this is a great gaming mouse RAZER DeathAdderand Logitech G5
 

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I've been having intermittent problems with my mouse, here's the topic.
Buying a new one is a must, to hunt down the source of the problem more easily.
So which mouse do you guys/gals use & which would you recommend for gaming/general use ?

A:Recommend a good gaming mouse

Razer, and Logitech are my first two choices for gaming mice, from there it is all about how much money you want to spend. Personally I like mice that give you a switch that toggles the dpi on the fly. That way you can have it super sensitive for gaming and not so sensitive for non-gaming uses.

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When I say gaming I mean 5-button. I like those forward-backward buttons and I rely on them heavily. I'd prefer something ergonomic, but if my budget is too low then what the heck. I've had a £10 TeckNet mouse for the past 2 years and it's been okay, just not the greatest position for my fingers, which hurt after prolonged use. I am, of course, right-handed.

Right now my best bet is to get the MSI Interceptor DS100.
 

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I am looking at this PC for gaming but I don't want to pay much and I was looking around and I was wondering if this was a OK gaming computer it has

Processor 2.80GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core
RAM, standard 3GB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM
Hard Drive details 400GB 7200RPM SATA
NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE

I know it would need a new grphics card (I was looking at a nvida 9600 GT) but other than that is it ok
 

A:Is this a good gaming PC?

Yes but it would be better with 4 GB of Ram instead of 3 GB.
 

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Hey guys. This is a pc i have coming to me next week. You think it will be a decent gaming machine?

AMD Athlon 64 3200+ socket 939
ECS KN1 Nforce4 Extreme
1Gb DDR400 PC3200 (2 x 512Mb)
Samsung 160Gb S-ATA hard drive
A-Open 16x DVD+-RW dual-layer
LG 52x32x52 CD-RW drive
PowerTech 400W PSU
MSI 6600GT PCI-X 128MB DDR
 

A:Is this a good gaming PC?

Looks pretty good to me, and if you can afford that, then I say go for it.

You might want to wait on some other opinions, though.
 

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Tuniq Potency PSU-POT650-BK 650W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply - Retail

is this good for gaming with a radeon 4850 with my system specs,i also want information on the form factor..i dont know anything about psus
 

A:Is this PSU good for gaming?

The power supply will work fine for your system. Also upgrade XP to SP3 while you are at it
 

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Will this PC work for Half Life 2 and Far Cry? Or top notch games in general?

Processor- 3.0Ghz Pentium 4 LGA775 1MB 800FSB w/Fan
Motherboard- ECS 661FX-M7 SiS661FX Chipset (8XAGP, Onboard Video FSB800, Sound, LAN, Serial ATA
RAM- 512MB Elixer PC3200 DDR400 Memory (1 slot)
512MB Elixer PC3200 DDR400 Memory (1 slot)
C Drive- 120GB 7200RPM 8MB Cache Serial ATA150
CD DRIVE- 16X LiteON DVD Drive w/Power DVD
Video Card- 128MB ATI Radeon 9600XT 8X AGP TV/DVI
Operating System- Windows XP Home
Case- 350watt Aspire X-DREAMER II Black Gaming Case w/side window 2 fans (4 5.25, 4 3.5 bays)
Sound- Sound Blaster Live Digital 5.1
Power Supply- 550watt Elements Gaming Power Supply
 

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Power Supply : 500 Watt With Power Cable Supplied
Motherboard : Gigabyte 78LMT-USB3
CPU : AMD FX 6300 Six Core CPU (turbo 4.1Ghz)
Hard Drive : 500gb Sata Hard Drive
Memory : 8gb DDR3 1600mhz Corsair Vengeance Memory
Graphics Card : ATI 7750 2gb ddr3 (Tripple screen support via DVI / HDMI / DISPLAY PORT)
Software : Windows 7 Home 64 bit

Im planning to buy it, i heard it can play todays games at high settings with good FPS..is that true?
Will it be possible to game+record at once? I might upgrade to 7770 if possible.
 

A:How good is this pc for gaming?

Get an SSD for a boot drive and some games. That mobo doesn't fully support the 1600mhz ram, itsupports DDR3 1333+ if it's over clocked, it will work just not as fast the ram could go.
 

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Hello hi i just bought this laptop about days or so ago and i this for Would good be gaming? was wondering would these components in it be good Would this be good for gaming? for a game called Dragonica Online because i play and it seems to lagg and i dont know what the problem is so here is what my info says Model HP G Notebook PC Processor AMD Athlon tm II Dual-Core M GHz Installed memory RAM GB GB usable i already have the game installed System type -bit Operating System Now i installed it the first day and it ran so smoothly but here is what else i have well this is what Cpu-z tells me anyways Clocks Core Core Speed MHz Multiplier x Bus Speed MHz HT Link MHz Cache L Cache x KBytes -Way L Cache x KBytes -Way Now this is the Would this be good for gaming? type of Graphics Card i have AMD M G with ATI Mobility Radeon HD And underneath it it says Memory Size MBytes Now i know completley nothing about computers and laptops exept for how to use them and stuff like that and i am also running Windows which i heard is horrible for gaming and i always thought the operating system had nothing to do with how games will run but what do i know right well can some please explain to me why this game is lagging it only takes up about MB on my pc or so so idk why this is happening if some could please help me out and tell me what i am missing this would be great thank you for wasting your time on my rediculously long post its much Appriciated nbsp

A:Would this be good for gaming?

Laptops in general are not designed for gaming, and your ATI Mobility Radeon 4200 is probably only designed for some HD video and very light gaming. I've never heard of Dragonica Online, but I assume it's just a MMORPG and doesn't sound like a very demanding game, so you may want to check your internet connection/wireless card to see if that's causing the lag.
 

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A:Good gaming rig?

That build does not justify the $1800 price tag at all. Are you willing to build you own PC (get components and put them together)? What games will you be playing? What resolution will you be gaming at?
 

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Power Supply : 500 Watt With Power Cable Supplied
Motherboard : Gigabyte 78LMT-USB3
CPU : AMD FX 6300 Six Core CPU (turbo 4.1Ghz)
Hard Drive : 500gb Sata Hard Drive
Memory : 8gb DDR3 1600mhz Corsair Vengeance Memory
Graphics Card : ATI 7750 2gb ddr3 (Tripple screen support via DVI / HDMI / DISPLAY PORT)
Software : Windows 7 Home 64 bit

I asked this question in gaming section but nobody replied.

Im planning to buy it, i heard it can play todays games at high settings with good FPS..is that true?
Will it be possible to game+record at once? I might upgrade to 7770 if possible.
 

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I'm building a gaming/multimedia computer and I've come up with this list:

Case-XCLIO ATX Mid Tower
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16811103010

Memory-2x CORSAIR 512MB 184-Pin-
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16820145480
-I'll be buying 2 more sticks of mem once I can afford it

Processor-AMD Athlon 64 X2
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16819103545

Motherboard-ABIT AT8 32X
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16813127234

PSU-Cooler Master RS-550-ACLY ATX12V/ EPS12V 550w
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?item=N82E16817171009

I have a hard drive and DVD\CD RW already. So does this look fairly decent? And will it all run together? thx!
 

A:Good gaming PC?

It looks nice, but what about the video card?
 

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What cheap pc do you think I should get and is good for gaming. well heres a thought I have http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product...52fca4da5f8588en02&category=28597&StoreId=940 So what do you think should I get it on my bday?
 

A:Good PC for gaming?

That's no good for gaming at all.
I suggest you look into a desktop PC and probably a bit larger budget.
 

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Hello!

I want to buy a new gaming PC, and I was looking around for something good. Someone recommended me this build:

Motherboard: ASRock 990FX Extreme3
Fan: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
Seagate Barracuda ST1000DM003
Graphic card: Asus GTX760-DC2OC-2GD5
PSU: XFX TS Series 550W
HDD: Corsair Vengeance - DDR3
Processor: AMD Black Edition - AMD FX 6350

I'll have to pay around 873 euros for this PC. This includes Windows 7, 1 year warranty, anti virus (Bullguard Anti Virus), and a Sharkoon gaming set (keyboard and mouse).

Is this worth it? Can I play games like League of Legends with no lag? Is it a good pc for its price?? Any advice is much appreciated since I don't have that much knowledge on PCs. I thank you in advance for helping me!
 

A:Will this be a good gaming PC?

Well that price translates to about 1200 US dollars. IMO you can build a much better pc for that price. I would check out TS's PC buying guide. Their enthusiast level machine seems like a much better deal than the one you posted. Check it out here: http://www.techspot.com/guides/buying/page4.html

Minus the sound card and maybe a cheaper case it is about the same price as the one you posted.

Cheers
 

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Hey,

I want to buy a new PC, I thought this was a good one, but i'm not sure. So i'm I need to know from you guys if it is a suitable PC for gaming.
The price of this PC is ? 800 or 1100 USD.
Specifications:

Cooler Master CM 690 II
600W OCZ StealthXStream II PSU
Intel Core I7 2600 (s1155, 4 x 3.4GHz (4x3.8ghz in turbo) ,5 GT/s, 8 MB, Boxed)
Gigabyte GA-PH67A-D3-B3 mainboard
ATI RADEON HD 6950 2GB GDDR5 , Direct X 11 HDMI
500GB S-ata2 7200RPM Harddisk
6 Gb kingston RAM
REALTEK 7.1 High-Definition Audio sound

Is this a good PC for this price or?

Best regards,

Broeci.
 

A:Is this a good PC for gaming?

An idea

If you go to ebuyer/newegg/scan or any major hardware etailor.com you can price up all of the parts individually. Then you could see the total and you would know if you are getting a bargain or not.

From the spec I would think that you would have a great time with gaming on that rig.

Ciao!
 

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I have a intel Q9505 CPU on a Intel mobo with 4gb mem (I will upgrade to 8Gb mem). I was wondering if I can just get a good video card for gaming or do you guys suggest a total new PC?
 

A:Good enough for gaming?

LGA775 is dying but if you are strapped for cash, spending $160-200 (assuming your PSU is adequate) on a card would keep you going awhile. To give you a performance reference, the Core2 Quad performs on par with the current i3's. If current gaming benchmark's of the i3 is satisfactory, then you are good for awhile. If you think you need i5 or better performance, then a new system would be recommended.
 

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A:Is This PSU good enough for a gaming rig?

The PSU needs to be mounted so that the fan is underneath and not on top. That way, it pulls the warm air from within the case and vents it away from your system through the PSU, with the air exiting your system through the grid of holes on its rear panel.

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I am open to any sujestions to change any Item. I will be using windows xp pro.
 

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I'm looking for a decent monitor for playing PC games. Unfortunately the budget for it is no more than $250. I realize I'm going to have to make compromises. But was curious to see what you would recommend?

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JFresh
 

A:Good $250 and under LCD for gaming?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16824161025
i have that monitor and it seems to have a great picture to me
i dont see any problems with it
check out newegg.com for other deals too you can probably find an even better one fo your budget
 

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A:How good the pc for gaming?

Depends on the game, and the quality, but typical pretty decent.

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Mega special 2I dont know if it will change for you but i am going to get a Nvidia 560 Ti EVGA overclocked and a i5 2500k instead of a i7 2600k and a Nvidia 550 Ti
 

A:New gaming Rig is t a good one?

Good swap on those components - put the money where the gaming performance is.

Also consider the 10% OC option for only $19 unless you plan to OC yourself - a cheap upgrade, although it may affect other choices.

The CoolerMaster HAF 912CoolerMaster HAF 912 is reported to run hot. You might want to consider another case. Or at least go for the case fan upgrade for $9 if it has places for more fans.

Under Optical Drive you have not checked the free upgrade to the ASUS Blu-Ray reader DVDRW combo drive

No operating system checked. Are you going to install some software you already have?

Looks like you will have a nice gaming system.
 

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A:Is this a good gaming PC?

Since it sounds like you want a different case anyway, I'd just go ahead and build my own, if I were you. You'll save money and be able to choose exactly what components you want.
 

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PSU: 400 watts

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A:Pc good for gaming?

Decent, 9500 GT is a bit weak for modern gaming though. Also, the 400W power supply has to be of high quality to really be enough for that. Corsair, OCZ, Enermax, Seasonic, Silverstone, PC Power & cooling...

With regards to the graphics card, you may want to wait a few months for the Radeon 5xxx series, they should be cheaper per performance, more energy efficient, and will have DX 11 capability...
 

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Coz It costs a bomb here in my country to get a 2ms monitor compared to 5ms (both same screen size, Full HD resolution).
I wouldn't mind if the difference is too little to actually bothers me.
 

A:Is 5ms good enough for Gaming?

2ms is better,but 5ms is plenty fast enough.
That's the response rate on mine and I don't see any video problems.
 

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A:Want a good gaming pc

Make sure your "caps lock" is turned off before creating another thread. Thank you.
 

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Processor (CPU): Intel® Core? i3-2100 Dual Core (3.10 GHz, 3MB cache) + HD Graphics
Motherboard: ASUS P8H67-M LX SI
Memory (RAM): 4GB SAMSUNG DDR3 DUAL-DDR3 1333MHz (2 X 2GB)
Graphics Card: 1GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GT 440 - DVI, VGA, HDMI

Any opinions are appreciated, and don't hesitate to ask for extra information!
 

A:How good is this PC for gaming?

Hi Cal,
That is a 1680 x 1050 at medium settings setup. (generally speaking)
 

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I run a Lenovo laptop and I want to know how good these specs are and what I can do to make my laptop run smoother. I am very noobish when it comes to knowing this stuff but I don't think mine are good. Is there also any good solutions to cheap easy better ways to get better specs? Please I need help.

Specs:
AMD A6 with AMD R4 Graphics
1.80GHz
8gb
64 bit operating system
 

A:How good are these specs for gaming

TheRandomMan11 said:





I run a Lenovo laptop and I want to know how good these specs are and what I can do to make my laptop run smoother. I am very noobish when it comes to knowing this stuff but I don't think mine are good. Is there also any good solutions to cheap easy better ways to get better specs? Please I need help.

Specs:
AMD A6 with AMD R4 Graphics
1.80GHz
8gb
64 bit operating systemClick to expand...

I would really appreciate also if I could get some explanation on what good and bad specs are
 

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Operating System (Office software not included): Windows Vista® Home Premium
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Video/Graphics Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® Series - Dual 512MB NVIDIA® GeForce® 8700M GT - SLI Enabled
Enables DirectX® 10 Graphics and up to 100% Performance Increase!
Chassis: 17" WideXGA+ 1440 x 900 LCD - Stealth Black
Processor: Intel® Core? 2 Duo T5500 1.66GHz 2MB Cache 667MHz FSB
Memory: 4GB Dual Channel DDR2 SO-DIMM at 667MHz ? 2 x 2048MB
System Drive: Single Drive Configuration - 120GB 5,400RPM (8MB Cache)
Optical Drives : 8x Dual Layer Burner (DVD±RW, CD-RW)
Wireless Network Card: Internal Intel® PRO Wireless 3945 a/b/g Mini-Card
Sound Card : High-Definition Audio with surround sound


Thoughts on what I came up with?
 

A:Is this a good gaming laptop?

It is good, the SLi isn't very necessary. You could probably bump the processor up to a better one as well, keep it as a core 2 duo but aim for 2.0 - 2.5 Ghz or higher. Remember, when you are buying from a brand name, you are also paying for that name and not just the parts. Although it is a laptop so it would be much harder to build it yourself and find parts...

All in all its is a good laptop for gaming, depending on what games you play of course.

If you have the option get one 8800 GT instead of the SLi 8700M's
 

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RAM: Kingston ValueRAM PC2-4200 1GB 2X512MB DDR2-533 CL4 ECC 240PIN DIMM ($140)

In terms of the essential components, for what i'm spending...is this a good gaming computer? I also want to be able to multi-task...which is why i got x2.

But the video card, is it a good value for $250? Or could i get something much better for only $300? About $300 is my own budget for the video card, but i thought the x1900 GT for $250 was a really good offer...but I'm willing to spend more if theres something signifigantly better.
 

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I have a brand new system running on Windows XP with service pak 2

AMD Athlon 64X2 Dual core processor 6400+ 3.21 GHz and 2 gig of RAM

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A:For the love of good gaming I need help

Seems unusual, make sure your drivers are all up to date firstly.
 

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A:Good gaming headset to buy?

Well I think all of those surround sound headsets would be really expensive...I personally just go for a good headset that has good sound and mic output....thats cheap
 

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A:Can I build a good Gaming PC for around $1,500?

Depends on the games you want to play. 1k-1.5k should buy you everything you need to run 95% of games flawlessly.

I read someone say earlier that radeon is coming out with a cheaper version of the 8800 pretty soon, you sure you want to blow the cash on an 8800?
 

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A:Are these good specs for a gaming pc

Hurperdurp said:





-Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory (CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10)

-XFX - AMD Radeon HD 6670 2GB DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 Graphics Card

by the way I want to play games like battlefield 4 and crisis 3 on the high settings if you can recommend anything better please do soClick to expand...

I'd recommend a better graphics card.

If you are on a budget, you probably wouldn't need 16GB memory for gaming just yet. A $60 savings on 2x4GB modules, would go along way in getting a better graphics card. I'd recommend at least Radeon HD 7790 or the newer release Radeon R7 260X.
 

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A:Think this is a good gaming PC build?

Question: What is your budget? This info will go a long way in helping us help you. If you are going hard drive I suggest the Western Digital Black Series over the Seagate.

Also, consider NewEgg.com's site as you research.
 

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Go to this link and see the laptop
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A:Is This A Good Gaming Laptop ???

the page is not responding - I think you will find laptops still do not play games very well - unless you pay a lot for the device - very few have a true seperate graphics card - you will need to look at the spec very carefully

my HP laptop DV5094 does have a seperate 128MB graphics card - but never played games on it.
 

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A:Is this a good PC gaming computer?

Just built a gaming system using the same CoolerMaster HAF-932. What a great case to work with and in!

If you can wait, Intel is about to release their newest cpu offerings "Sandy Bridge." Then make your choice and you may get some the parts you list a little less expensive. But, yes, that system you're putting together is very powerful.

However, have you considered the Radeon latest offerings?
 

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A:Is this a good gaming system?

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A:Is This computer good for gaming?

Price? It's probably overpriced Alienware junk, even if 2nd hand. GTX 660 isn't gonna let you max out games at 1920x1080, and it can't be upgraded.
 

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A:good moniter for gaming

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NEC
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A:Is this laptop good for gaming?

What games would you be playing? Cant really tell you either way if you don't say what you want to play.
 

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A:Is this a good gaming desktop?

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all metro city's
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A:can you tell me if this is a good gaming comp

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A:ATI 5570 any good for gaming?

Hi

I've reviewed the Motherboard and VGA specs and i can tell you that the video card will work with that motherboard without a problem.

Regarding the gaming experience it provides i think you're a 100% set, I am running WoW on full graphics on my Latitude E6400 which has an nvida quadro nvs 160m which is only about as 70% strong as the video card you've selected.

You should have absolutely no problem running those game on that card and that card on that motherboard!
Good luck and see you in game!
 

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A:Can you recommend a good cpu for gaming?

That's the same cpu I have in my system.....runs every thing well GTA 4, Mafia 2, and Flatout......

Some of the chips are very good over-clockers....but not mine

You haven't filled out your system spec's so I can't tell if you have a AM3+ board....

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SYSTEM COLOURAluminum with Clearcoat ChassisCOOLING OPTIONCopper base Heat Sink with aluminum finsMEMORY3GB Tri-Channel DDR3 at 1066MHZ (3x1GB DIMM)HARD DRIVE640GB - SATA-II, 3GB/S, 7200RPM, 16MB CacheGRAPHICS CARDSLi, Dual nVidia GeForce 9800GT 512MBOPTICAL DRIVESingle Drive: 16X CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW) w/double layer write capabilityMONITORNo Monitor

LabelsWindows Vista? PremiumComponentsPROCESSORIntel? Core? i7-920 (2.66GHz, 8MB cache)OPERATING SYSTEMGenuine Windows Vista? Home Premium (English) Service Pack1 64-bitPRODUCTIVITY SOFTWAREMicrosoft? Works 9

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A:would that be a good computer for gaming?

Originally Posted by FallenSatan


Should I buy this computer? Its oly 1900$ and here the stats:

SYSTEM COLOURAluminum with Clearcoat ChassisCOOLING OPTIONCopper base Heat Sink with aluminum finsMEMORY3GB Tri-Channel DDR3 at 1066MHZ (3x1GB DIMM)HARD DRIVE640GB - SATA-II, 3GB/S, 7200RPM, 16MB CacheGRAPHICS CARDSLi, Dual nVidia GeForce 9800GT 512MBOPTICAL DRIVESingle Drive: 16X CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW) w/double layer write capabilityMONITORNo Monitor

LabelsWindows Vista? PremiumComponentsPROCESSORIntel? Core? i7-920 (2.66GHz, 8MB cache)OPERATING SYSTEMGenuine Windows Vista? Home Premium (English) Service Pack1 64-bitPRODUCTIVITY SOFTWAREMicrosoft? Works 9

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its quite cheap but look for one with a better graphics card, its definately going to bottleneck your performance

http://www.vistax64.com/gaming/206200-would-good-computer-gaming.html
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A:X1950 pro good for gaming?

Hi,

this link gives a list of cards and their performance

http://www23.tomshardware.com/graphics_2007.html?modelx=33&model1=725&model2=853&chart=318
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/x1950-pro-good-for-gaming.678620/
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-- XPS 420 Mini-Tower: Intel Core 2 Q6600 Quad-Core (8MB L2 cache,2.4GHz,1066FSB) Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium
Unit Price: $999.00
Quantity: 1
-- XPS 420 Mini-Tower: Intel Core 2 Q6600 Quad-Core (8MB L2 cache,2.4GHz,1066FSB)

-- Certified Refurbished

-- USB Optical two button mouse

-- Roxio Creator 9.1 Premier

-- 512MB Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT

-- 19 in 1 Media Reader with Bluetooth

-- Microsoft Works Plus 2008

-- Lord Of The Rings Online

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-- Operating System DVD

-- 500 GB SATA Hard Drive (7200 RPM)

-- 3 GB DDR2 SDRAM 667MHz (4 DIMMs)

-- Dell Internal PCI 802.11g Wireless NIC, FH

-- Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium

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-- XPS 420 STD: 1Yr Ltd Warranty and On-site Service

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A:A good gaming computer?

Hi Rebecca712

For better assistance, I have moved your thread to the Hardware forum.
Please continue replies in this thread. Thank you.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/a-good-gaming-computer.1153706/
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Case
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Operating System
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A:New to PC gaming, is this a good build?

Those specs are solid for a Gaming PC. However, I'm positive you will save money if you just built it yourself. Also, that list doesn't include a PSU. So, you will need to pick a PSU for your build. The PSU is one of the most important parts. Thus, you always want to pick something with good build quality.

Is your budget $1275ish?

If you're open to building the machine yourself. I am sure myself or someone here could help you build a machine best for your budget.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/new-to-pc-gaming-is-this-a-good-build.191218/
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A:Intel GMA: Any good for gaming?

For old games like those, the new GMA onboard video cards should be fine.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/intel-gma-any-good-for-gaming.111406/
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http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2337810&CatId=1842

plus i have a hard drive, cd/dvd drives, and a 22'' widescreen monitor already and 1 more gig of ram added on to the 2 gig im buying

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A:Would this computer be good for gaming?

Your links don't work as you intended. They all go to the Tigerdirect main page.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/would-this-computer-be-good-for-gaming.121724/
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A:Would you buy this for gaming? Cheap but good?

Install fraps... You need at least 60FPS for the games to be enjoyable in my honest opinion. There is a huge difference between it running max settings/res, and it actually being playable.

Others will have to tell you if the price is worth it, as I'm from the UK.

On another note, please do not create duplicate threads about the same subject. Your new threads were placed in a moderation queue as the content was detected as being suspicious by the forum software.
 

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A:how much should it cost for good gaming pc?

To make a Very Powerfull reliable computer it'll cost you about 2000 or more..
but if you want a good Mid range PC which will also run all your games with great frame rates its gna cost you abotu 1600 to 1700

but if ur talking hardcore like 7800 GTX sli amd 4200+ and stuff that'll cost u about 2800 or more
 

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A:Good Gaming Laptop?

What does your RAM look like? You should atleast have a 2GB of it. I have four and I havent run into any problems. Only thing i suggest you look into is having 32 bit vista. I run on a 64 bit like you want and I run into problems with installing games using this version of Vista. Although 64Bit may be better, there seems to be less bugs with the 32
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/good-gaming-laptop.113838/
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A:Good gaming computer

What currency are you looking at and what is your location? I could recommend a build for you given that information.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/good-gaming-computer.103428/
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A:Is this computer any good for gaming?

Which video card are you opting to get with it? The default Intel HD 2500 integrated graphics are not likely sufficient for Skyrim beyond low settings, and may even struggle with that.

Any of the other cards, non of which are considered a gaming graphics card and are odd-ball custom OEM cards designed for the weak power supply in the computer, would likely give you the low to medium for Skyrim.

All the rest of games are less demanding.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/is-this-computer-any-good-for-gaming.1094855/
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A:Looking for a new monitor good for gaming

Asus are fine, as are Samsung and Dell. In any case, as you are looking at TN panels, they are all about equal. Just watch for models with the "2ms" rating and you should be fine.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/looking-for-a-new-monitor-good-for-gaming.1009788/
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A:Good gaming speakers?

Those are audiophile speakers, not gaming. You want something with a subwoofer for the best impact in games.

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A:Is the CPU good on this computer for gaming?

I'd say it's a good CPU, but note that you won't be able to upgrade it in the future as it is soldered onto the motherboard.
 

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A:Is this a good / cheap gaming rig?

Good rig, quality components. Years ago I used to see what PCGamer was recommending before I built my own.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/is-this-a-good-cheap-gaming-rig.1052087/
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and
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820211064

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A:Is this a good gaming PC setup?

It should work nicely for you... I don't care for anything CoolerMaster or Asus but many here do. Good luck with the setup... Check out my specs
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/is-this-a-good-gaming-pc-setup.166310/
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A:Would this computer be good for gaming?

bump.......
 

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Here's an interesting chart to see how a given card compares to other cards. They update this chart periodically.
PassMark Software - Video Card Benchmarks - High End Video Cards

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/250561-gtx-550-ti-good-gaming-card.html
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A:Is my laptop good for gaming?

Hi,

Hardware mentioned seems to be impressive. Still if you want you can go to Can You RUN It | Can I run that game | Game system requirements and check if your system will be able to run the game smoothly or not. This site will run a small scan on your hardware and lets you know if the system is capable to run that specific game or not.

http://www.eightforums.com/gaming/39061-my-laptop-good-gaming.html