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The Computer

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timberghost3 started 02/17/2014 7:34 pm
Ghostmod replied 02/19/2014 2:46 am
Hey Guys I Want to soon Start Up Youtube but the computer im running I don't think is equipped for that so I found an ew computer that I really like but im not sure if its good I need something that's gonna be able to record, multiple games such as Minecraft DayZ Rust etc.. , not overheat, and edit videos heres the link:

http://www.digitalstormonline.com/compl ... ?id=920937


if this isn't a good computer go ahead and say so in the comments and/or recommend one to me thanks!
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timberghost3
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02/18/2014 2:37 am
Level 35 : Artisan Cake
cakeface
You can get a better one for half the price:

http://www.chillblast.com/Systems-less- ... sort=price
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02/19/2014 2:46 am
Level 61 : High Grandmaster Dragonborn
Ghostmod
um fyi I checked every pc on that list and none of them has above a i5 processor which is trash compared to i7 4770 so before you go saying you found a better pc I would recommend you find out what a pc is 1st. and the 4 - 8 gb ram those pcs have in that list are also 1/4 to 1/2 of the 16 gb ram of the pc I have listed.
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02/17/2014 9:50 pm
Level 61 : High Grandmaster Dragonborn
Ghostmod
heres double of those computers for half the price I have one like this and love it I recommend this
this has i7 4770 and 16gb ram for starters with 2 tb hd it could use better graphics but can update the graphics card for not much if you want but honestly your prolly wont need it.


http://www.bestbuy.com/site/essentio-de ... &cp=1&lp=6
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02/17/2014 9:57 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
it has wired connectivity not wireless
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02/18/2014 1:50 am
Level 61 : High Grandmaster Dragonborn
Ghostmod
you can buy a wireless adapter to plugin to it for 50 dollars for a really good one.i run mine on wireless internet just plugs into the usb port. and I looked at the pc he listed its half the computer and speed of the one I listed. but if you wanna take the time to build your own pc and spend the same money for a pc that's only half as good and half the speed go ahead and get the one he listed.
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02/17/2014 8:49 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
okay out of the two computers me and you are talking about what one should I go for im honestly thinking the one your talking about the one I would have to build
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02/17/2014 9:44 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Ladybug
McJackson3180
Building gets you way more for the money, there are plenty of tutorials on how to build a computer. The parts I linked should be easy to find and I'll link you to a good power supply.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005E9 ... =buildg-20
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02/17/2014 9:59 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
If I built a computer with all of your comp specs listed would it be wireless and have a cooling unit? also will this computer be better than the other one I listed?
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02/17/2014 10:49 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Ladybug
McJackson3180
It will Definetly be better, a lot better. And what do you mean wireless? Like a laptop? Gaming laptops are hella expensive. And yes it'll have a "cooling unit", every computer has cooling.
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02/17/2014 8:46 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
also if you can find a 700 wat compatible power supply that would be great to
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02/17/2014 8:32 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Ladybug
McJackson3180
Idk, I don't know much about prebuilt pcs, that cyber power honestly wasn't too overpriced for what you get I guess?
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02/17/2014 8:31 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Ladybug
McJackson3180
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor ($199.99 @ TigerDirect)
Motherboard: MSI Z77A-G41 ATX LGA1155 Motherboard ($54.99 @ Newegg)
Memory: A-Data XPG Gaming Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($62.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($59.98 @ OutletPC)
Video Card: PNY GeForce GTX 760 2GB Video Card ($236.98 @ B&H)
Case: Antec One ATX Mid Tower Case ($29.99 @ NCIX US)
Power Supply: Corsair Builder 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply ($29.99 @ Newegg) (Paying a bit more to upgrade this PSU would be a really good idea, 700W would be a good upgrade)
Monitor: HP LV2311 60Hz 23.0" Monitor ($119.00 @ B&H)
Total: $793.91

This should be able to play current and next gen games at a good high preset.



But as far as prebuilt computers go, I don't know anything.
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02/17/2014 8:45 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
GREAT
this is exactly what I need know I hope you didn't shut tose pages but for some of those I cant find and some are laptop?!?! parts can you give me the url link please
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02/17/2014 8:22 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
so out of the computers I listed which of them would be the best? because the bad things about the computer I can move/exchange at a later date or even now
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02/17/2014 8:17 pm
Level 48 : Master Button Pusher
Leeberator
You could always get one with a decent graphics card and a 4th gen Intel CPU (denoted by the 4 as the first number, for example, i5-4670k), and swap the CPU out for a 4th gen i7, but it'll be cheaper to find one that comes with an i7.
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02/17/2014 8:11 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
the bottom one on the 4th coulumm is what Is what im looking at now
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02/17/2014 8:09 pm
Level 1 : New Explorer
teh superbacon boy
okay so let me be the first person to comment with out being a computer spaz about it. if this is the kind of forum factor for your pc you are looking for go with it. what alot of people forget is that pre-built pc's of this price and standered normally come with an amazing warrenty which will cover you say if your pc overheated or stoped working for what ever reason. if how ever you are looking to build a pc for this price I would recomend you look at some part lists and tutorials on youtube as that will probally be the best place to get started. finally if you are looking for a pc that is better than this at the same price but bigger I would recommend either and ailenwear desktop or anything from cyberpower. I hope this helped and if you need any more help make sure you pm me with any questions you may have.
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02/17/2014 8:19 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
Ive looked at alienware and when I mention it a lot of people tell me not to go with it im not sure why but they seem okay with me it could be that there just overpriced
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02/17/2014 8:05 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
Oh at the bottom of the page there's three more computers if you are able to please tell me what one is the best out of all of them
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02/17/2014 8:03 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
Man so many computers out there its Crazy CRAZY I TELL YOU CRAZY
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02/17/2014 8:01 pm
Level 1 : New Network
101wiX
yes for a few years too
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02/17/2014 8:02 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
? What do you mean????
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02/17/2014 7:57 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
now up earlier in the comments this was posted would this work?

http://www.amazon.com/CyberpowerPC-Stea ... 78&sr=1-13
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02/17/2014 7:56 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
a 650ti I once again have totally no clue what that is, is it a Proccesor? btw love the lion king animation just watching it over and over anyhow...
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02/17/2014 8:07 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Ladybug
McJackson3180
A 650ti is a mid ranged graphics card by Nvidia. It should run older games on high and maybe ultra and newer games on medium or low, some newer games possibly on high. An i5 is a processor, the i5 on the prebuilt cyber power is quite an old model, an i5-3570k would be a slight bit better.
PS, any i5 CPU will be amazing
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02/17/2014 8:10 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
how good is a AMD Radeon HD7790
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02/17/2014 7:50 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
hmm well once again I don't know what to look for in processors, motherboards, etc.. all I know is that I want good cooling and a good graphics card I mean I have rust on this computer and its super laggy so I mean great suggestions but once again I don't know how to build it, if I get separate parts so if I had to get a choice of a prebuilt computer what should I get? im running windows 8 right now and it has its errors in some parts but Im fine with them
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02/17/2014 7:52 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Ladybug
McJackson3180
A 650ti could definetly run rust, it should run most games on high and maybe some ultra, next gen games it should run on low or medium
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02/17/2014 7:43 pm
Level 1 : New Network
101wiX
That is ready to go prebuilt its a REALLY good offer you will easily be able to record minecraft for almost no effort
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02/17/2014 7:43 pm
Level 23 : Expert Network
SoyMonkey
i think its overpriced but atleast its built for you and you know everything is put together properly instead of trying to do it yourself (Which most people that say to do that have no clue when it comes to putting one together) and dont get windows 8 in my opinion i think it makes gaming and just about everything harder
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02/17/2014 7:51 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Ladybug
McJackson3180
Most people who tell people to build computers tell them because they have done it and know how simple it really is... I did it and it only took me about 2 hours, nothing was complicated (Unless you are case modding or installing something like liquid CPU/GPU cooling)
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02/17/2014 7:40 pm
Level 45 : Master Nerd
jman0111
Ditto. You are probably better off building one yourself. That is way to over priced and you can get the same parts for 1000$. Just look up all the parts that the computer has on Newegg.com and build it yourself
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02/17/2014 7:38 pm
Level 1 : New Network
101wiX
Don't get that computer it is over priced while it may work it is way over priced get this instead if you are insistant on a prebuild http://www.amazon.com/CyberpowerPC-Stea ... 78&sr=1-13
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02/17/2014 7:59 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
here the real link srry
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02/17/2014 7:43 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Ladybug
McJackson3180
That computer has a very old i5 and a 650ti, you could build it for 100-200 dollars less
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02/17/2014 8:14 pm
Level 48 : Master Button Pusher
Leeberator
That i5-4430 is as old as my i7-4770k...

OP: I suggest you look around for a good deal on a pre-built gaming computer. Make sure that the graphics card is at least a GTX 600 series, preferably a 660 or better. Since you'll be doing video editing, I strongly suggest an i7 over an i5.
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02/17/2014 8:20 pm
Level 51 : Grandmaster Ladybug
McJackson3180
Good point, forgot that he was going to be video editing . I didn't really mean to say it was old but you could get an i5 with a higher clock and get better performance since it's not the safest to up the clocks on a prebuilt computer for only about 20ish dollars more.
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02/17/2014 8:30 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
You Sir Have Been Helping a ton but out of the comps I listed what should I get and parts shold I replace about it because I can do that
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02/17/2014 7:42 pm
Level 26 : Expert Network
timberghost3
Would I literally have to build this or I takle it out of the package and its ready to Rock And Roll?
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