I want to get back in the sack and to be able to play everything on max. What do I buy?
I'll build it if I have to but ideally I just want to order something and plug it in, where would I go for a prebuilt 'gaming' PC
This one doesn't seem to have a HDD, only an SSD.
Dauntless wrote:Should I get this?
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Z170-I7-6700K … Sw9IpX0T-R
This is pretty much me too. I am trying to decide if there will be enough difference in building a new system and keeping with my i5-2500K. I may just pick up a SSD drive and maybe more ram, but outside of energy reduction, I haven't seen enough that shows me an upgrade is going to give me much more than I have now with a 24" monitor.
unnamednewbie13 wrote:I can feel my old system straining at the newer, more demanding titles, but I barely play any for a good length of time. Games I play don't look much better on high, and in some cases look worse (7 Days). Keep readying myself for that next system, but I just don't see the cost/benefit of moving out of a dusty i7 2600 with 16GB when I get more chuckles on Mario Maker troll maps.
half-life 3 will be available at the beginning of the singularity
uziq wrote:we'll be on home quantum computers with holographic monitors by then.
i got this monitor:
uziq wrote:the next system i buy will be for a 144hz monitor. waiting for a game to come out that will be worth the $1500–2000 expense, though.
overwatch and cs:go just ain't cutting it.
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yeah I'm in the same basket, i could never warrant the price it would cost me to continuously upgrade my graphics card to support my insane pixels on a 27 inch.
uziq wrote:never going to go above 24 inch for fps games, i just don't like the huge screen space. i actually played my best on a 21.
that is a very sexy screen though.
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