This is a discussion on Good Gaming Computers/Tips? within the Entertainment board part of the General category; Originally Posted by Jussp No. If you are going to use the computer for gaming you should priority the GFX ...
Your fast components will be dragged down by slower ones. So if you buy a 500$ graphic card and a 50$ CPU, your Graphic card will not work as intended. So yeah, try to keep all of your hardware in same strength/price range and you will have the best optimized perfomance.
So not only you will need a strong CPU and MB to handle a great GFX Card, but a good amount of Ram (4-8gb at 1333mhz min), and a caviar black HDD or an SSD to keep up with it .
Last edited by madog93; 07-23-2012 at 06:33 PM.
Budget is really what it comes too....
In my view you should have the good processor which is very important because when you download any games the system will slow down, so inorder to save that you should have to check the processor and all the configurations.
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