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#111200 27-Oct-2012 09:17
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Hi All,

I know im new here but im looking at getting a pc built for gaming, below is the quote i recieved,

What ideally id like to know is, is this worth the money? Will it perform well? and will it last?

CODE DESCRIPTION SELLING PRICE QTY AMOUNT
255662 Intel (BX80637I53570) i5 3570, 3.40GHz, 4x Cores, 4x
Threads, 6M Caches, 77W, LGA1155 Processor, HD
Graphics 2500, Retail Pack with Intel Cooler.
$253.90
200765 Kingston (KHX1600C9D3K2/8GX) 8GB (2x 4GB) Hyper
X 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 DIMM (Kit of 2) XMP.
$92.00
253082 Adata (ASP900S3-128GM-C) 128GB Read/Write
555/520MB/s, SATA-3, 2.5", SP900 Series, 3 Years
Warranty. [ASP900S3,]
$134.70
260267 ASUS (DRW-24B5ST-BLK-G-AS) DVD Writer, DVD
12R/24W/8RW, CD 48R/48W/24RW, Internal, SATA,
Black.
$37.30
248870 Gigabyte (GA-Z77-D3H) Motherboard, Socket 1155,
Intel Z77, 4xDDR3, USB3.0, SATA-3, PCI-E 3.0, VGA,
DVI, HDMI, RAID, ATX, (not Support SLI), with
Internal USB3.0 headers.
$171.20
259290 Antec (One S3) Black Mid Tower Gaming Case Black,
USB3.0 ready, No PSU.
$79.95
175025 Microsoft (GFC-02050) Windows 7 Home Premium
64Bit OEM, support memory up to 16GB. (Only Sold
with Qualifying Hardware).
$123.40
261327 Gigabyte (GV-N65TOC-2GI) Overclocked Geforce GTX
650 Ti, 2GB, GDDR5, Multi-view 4, PCI-E 3.0, VGA,
2xDVI, HDMI.
$243.95
248495 Enermax (ENP500AST) 500W Tomahawk II, SILENT
ready, ATX PSU, Black.
$69.95
257134 Western Digital (WD10EZEX) 1000GB, 64MB Cache,
7200RPM, SATA-3, 3.5", Caviar Blue, 24 Months
Warranty.
$98.20
236706 Install Parts or Assemble New PC & Install Bundle
Software before Pickup or Delivery
$40.00

Sub-Total :

$1,344.55 + GST


Any advice or ideas/tips would be GREATLY appreciated :)

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Ultimate Geek


  #708073 28-Oct-2012 19:12
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Some of the more demanding games running at 1920x1080 will REALLY tax that low-mid end gfx card.

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  #708075 28-Oct-2012 19:14
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I would add a SSD for the OS drive.

Agree that next step up in video card might be a good idea if playing at 1920x1080 resolution

Otherwise looks good.

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