Best Gaming Computer?

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  1. roflcopter2

    roflcopter2 Well-Known Member

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    ok i need help finding a REALLY good gaming computer desktop. I need it to be really good and really fast at games like counterstrike,dod,gunbound,and all that stuff,cause my current computer runs hella slow and it has 1 gig of mem and 250 gig hard drive,and it runs slow as hell on some of my games,so am requesting someone find me a site or somewhere where i can buy a really good gaming computer.


    ok thanks.
     
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    should post in technology, but if you want a premade computer tigerdirect is nice, but if you wanna make your own, then newegg is the way to go, im to tired to point out specific parts that are good but yeah ;)
     
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    no doubt...
    the alien ware

    *shines like god*
     
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    meh dude, it doesnt take much to make a comp, a great gaming computer.....
    a little research and youll see that for yourself

    you could go alien ware or even dell, both good, most computers out there, are different brand, but basically the same parts in a whole lot of cases


    You could just buy an "ok" computer
    add a gig or two of ram, and a decent gfx card, and ull basically be set
     
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    You need LOTS of money. :D
     
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    alienware is prob the worst to go with dont even think about it ;)
     
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    This is a computer that will give Alienware a run for its money! The company is called falcon northwest & i hope you got some serious cash layin around!!
    Here is a link to there site: http://www.falcon-nw.com</div>
     
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    Zarox Retired IRC Mod

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    Meh the case is.. err.. ugly? idk

    edit: not really into the flames
     
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    That was just one picture, they have hundreds of different cases!
     
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    [/b][/quote]

    I can make the same PC as their top spec, for about $5000 if not cheaper, that was a quick look around

    They are charging $19,000 for it..

    That's just retarded.
     
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    Here I made you a really good build. I know almost everything there is to PC Building so here ya go, this build should work pretty damn good.
    http://www.newegg.com/

    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+
    Motherboard: ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe
    RAM: Crucial Ballistix 2GB
    Videocard: EVGA E-GEFORCE 8800GTS
    Heatsink: Zalman CNPS9500
    Case: Antec P182
    PSU: Corsair CMPSU-620HX
    HD: Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 500GB
     
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    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    I can think of a half dozen venders who create higher quality systems at lower prices. The neighbor-kid accross the street being one of them

    basically I'm going to tell you what I've come to conclude. if you want to keep up (or atleast not get passed over) with the hardware requirements you either need to be really rich, or capable of building systems yourself(and being educated about it)
     

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