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Is this pc good for gaming?


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J1m

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I can get this pc for £375, would it be good for running games like counter-strike source?

AMD 64Bit 3400+ CPU With Heatsink/Fan

- 64Bit Design Actual Mode 3400+ With L2 Cache

nFORCE4 & nVIDIA Geforce 6100 Chipset
- 2 x PCI Slots, LAN Port & 6 x USB2.0 Ports

- DDR400, IDE, SATA, Dual Core & PCI-Express

- 7.1 Intergrated Sound & Superb nVIDIA 6100 Graphics

-2GB DDR400 PC3200 RAM Memory

200GB MAXTOR Hard Drive
- 7,200 RPM, ATA133 & 8MB Cache

-16X DVD+/-RW Dual Layer & Dual Format

ATI Radeon X1300 512MB 16XPCI-Express
- 16X PCI-Express Graphics Card
- Introducing HyperMemory Technology

- VGA Out, DVI Out & TV-Out

- Shader Model 3.0 & Direct X9.0

Thanks, Jim
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All looks good, except the 1300 is a rather low end card. I would recommend upping it a bit or maybe going with a 6800GS. The X1300 gets very bad FPS in most up to date games.
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Ok, thanks for your help, im gonna get the 6800GS :whistling:
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