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Buying a custom made pc, is this good pick ?

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I want to buy a custom made pc, I will use it for gaming and I realy want it to take every game at the best video setings.


I will use 3 of this monitors: http://rog.asus.com/...gaming-monitor/


So its a must that the pc can run 3 of that monitor on the best setings, and if it is posible to run all 3 of them whit g-sync. I realy want to know it.


This is the pc I have looked on: http://www.amazon.co...NHG1KEPNHEM74YX


And is this pc better than the first one ? : https://www.komplett...0841#!tab:extra


So I am wondering is it posible to run 3 of that monitors on this pc and do it take all games on the best video setings ?


If it is a better pc for me to buy out there then plezz give me a link :)


Happy for all the help I can get.

Edited by Provincs, 28 July 2014 - 08:36 PM.

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What kind of job do you have? I wanna bag my job and come work with you.....Lol


My opinon would be the PC from Amazon, Strickly because Amazon i know, komplett.no iv never heard of until just now.

But still i would have a hard time giving $4,258.49 Doll hairs knowing it was a 50/50 chance of me seeing my product come to me. and be the products in the post you seen on a website!


If i were you, and i wanted to have the biggest baddest computer that was assembled correcly i would order the parts and install myself.

Most Computers can be put together with only a screwdriver, and an hour or two of your time.


That way if you ever had problems you would not have to take your PC to a shop to have serviced. Then they tell you they had to replace the 'Alternator' & 'Crankshaft'  that will be $325.00

All while your standing there scratching your head wondering if you brought your car for them to work on or you computer as your digging that wad of cash out of your shallow pockets.


With that being said, Maby some computer wizzards will come in this topic and tell you there advice. Happy gamming my friend:)

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