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Is this "Acer Computer" good enough for my son to play online


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scotts66charger

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Can anyone tell me if this computer is good enough for my son to play online games. He doesn't get into the "hard core" military stuff (he's 12) but he does play some type of star wars stuff. Anyway, here are the specs. Thank you in advance. Scott...."" Acer Black AXC-603G-UW12 Desktop PC Bundle with Intel Celeron J1900 Processor, 4GB Memory, 19.5" Monitor, 1TB Hard Drive and Windows 8.1 ""..


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terry1966

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personally i'd say no, i'd want a pc with a dedicated graphics card and not rely on the integrated intel hd graphics.

 

gaming pc's usually cost that little bit more than a general pc that is good enough for most peoples use, and i'd put that pc in the general use category and not the gaming category.

 

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I agree with Terry1966,

 

The integrated graphics are ridiculous for intense gaming, BUT he is only 12, so there for it should be sufficient enough for him.  He's 12, so:

 

1. Its up to you what type of computer you get him

2. IF he complains, tell him you'll take it away and you will keep it lol.

3. I would highly suggest a Parental Control for the computer as well, and only the parents knowing the password to it :D.


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