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Moeror

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Ive purchased a few things from newegg, but never a full computer. I was wanting a new computer, and the ones i've been building on a few different websites have been around 2k. Someone showed me this. http://www.newegg.co...N82E16883229125
I really like the price on this. Under 1k is a wonderful price compared to other computers i've seen or built online.

They said that's better both in power and price. Does newegg often have computers of this power and price? If they don't i might have to buy it soon, but if they do i could wait a while. Also, how does this computer score on gaming now and in the future?
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I like your CPU!
I guess its 2 years future proof, IMO.
You requirement actually will tell if its still usable :)
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Well as i mentioned i'm a big gaming nerd, so if it can run Crysis on full specs now, that would be a good test i think.
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