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starjax

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We have been asking for everyone's system specs as they are required for us to assist the users of this site. It aides in problem identification and reduces the time it takes us to answer your questions.

The prefered method and format is to use SysSpec by alex nolan:
http://www.alexnolan...are/sysspec.htm
the instructions on how to us the software are provide in the link with the download for it listed at the very end.

PLEASE NOTE: Help us to help you! Use meaningful titles and descriptions, NOT just "help me".
Describe your issues fully. List any issues and relevant error messages. Detailed posts get better (and faster) replies.

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Isnt DxDiag easier as you dont have to download anything?
Edit: Sorry my Mistake, This makes is more readable and easier to use :whistling:

Edited by ==SpuD==, 28 July 2007 - 12:35 PM.

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Today is my birthday and with the money I had saved up to build a computer, my tax return and the money I reveived from relatives, I was able to buy parts for a computer with these components:

Processor: Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9770 3.2GHz
Power Supply: 1000 Watt Multi-GPU Power Supply
Graphics Processor: Dual 1GB nVidia GeForce 9800 GX2
Memory: 4GB Patriot EP+ Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM
Motherboard: nVidia nForce 790i Ultra SLI Motherboard
Operating System: Windows Vista Ultimate
Hard Drive: 250GB SATA 3Gb/s 7,200RPM 16MB Cache
Optical Drives: 4x Dual Layer Blu-ray Burner

All items have been ordered and shipped so as soon as I get them, I'll be building the computer with the help of my friends who work at a local computer store that regularly hosts LAN Parties. Go me! :)

P.S. I'd better not mess this up because I'd rather not have my $3,200 computer go to crap.
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Windows Microsoft Windows 7 6.1.7600

Internet Explorer 8.0.7600.16385

Memory (RAM) 1023 MB

CPU Info AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4600+

CPU Speed 2459.6 MHz

Sound card Speakers (Realtek High Definiti

Display Adapters NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT | NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT | RDPDD Chained DD | RDP Encoder Mirror Driver | RDP Reflector Display Driver

Monitors 2

Screen Resolution 1280 X 1024 - 32 bit

Network Network Present

Network Adapters VIA Rhine II Compatible Fast Ethernet Adapter | Hamachi Network Interface

CD / DVD Drives G: LITE-ON DVDRW SHW-160P6S | H: SAMSUNG CD-R/RW SW-248F | M: MagicISOVirtual DVD-ROM

COM Ports COM1 | COM2

LPT Ports LPT1

Mouse 5 Button Wheel Mouse Present

Hard Disks C: 232.8GB | D: 232.8GB | E: 232.8GB | F: 233.0GB

Hard Disks - Free C: 116.8GB | D: 5.7GB | E: 45.1GB | F: 47.2GB

USB Controllers 5 host controllers.

Firewire (1394) Not Detected

PCMCIA (Laptops) Not Installed

Manufacturer Phoenix Technologies, LTD

Product Make MS-7253

AC Power Status OnLine

BIOS Info

Time Zone Central Standard Time

Battery No Battery

Motherboard MICRO-STAR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD MS-7253

Modem Not detected
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wow, so specific! that's cool
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John Van Birch

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Recently bought some kick-[bleep] system
  • Intel X58 Chipset
  • Core i7-960
  • 6 GB DDRIII 1600 MHz (Kit of 3)
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 470
  • Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi
  • 150GB 15000rpm
  • + 2TB 7200rpm
  • Blue Ray Reader
  • 1 Kw+

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OS: Windows 7 SP1 Ultimate Edition (64bit)
MB: GA-870-USB3 (rev. 3.1)
CPU: AMD FX-4100 3,6Ghz (overclocked to 4,6Ghz), with Cooler Master Hyper 412S cooling
RAM: 2x2GB DDR3 1600 Kingston Hyper X
VGA: 2xAti Radeon HD5670 (by Asus)
HDD: 30GB A-data SSD + 1TB Hitach (both SATA3)
DVD/RW: LG, don't know the model
PSU: Fortron HE 500 W
Monitor: 22" Asus VH222, 1920x1080 75Hz
Keyboard: A4Tech GL-5 (wireless)
Mouse: A4Tech G7-750 (wireless)
Browser: Comodo Dragon

I had 2 OSs a few months ago, the other being Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64bit, but after I use my computer mainly for gaming decided to get rid of it.
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Intel X58 Chipset
Core i7-960
6 GB DDRIII 1600 MHz (Kit of 3)
Nvidia GeForce GTX 470
Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi
150GB 15000rpm
+ 2TB 7200rpm
Blue Ray Reader
1 Kw+

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Hi There,

I have been saving up my money to buy a gaming PC. I have got £800 and want a PC that will play: BF4, BO2, TF2, Borderlands 2, Rome 2 total war and Minecraft there may be a few more but I don't want to list them all.

I have been looking on a website called SCAN (http://3xs.scan.co.u...erCategoryID=49). At the gaming PC's and Systems section. and have found one that is slightly over my price range but it will be fine.

This is the Final Spec from the website---

3XS Custom Gamer 10i
LN4835 ***NO MODEM/ADSL REQUIRED***
LN1191 *CD/DVD Not Required*
LN1193 *Hard Drive Not Required*
LN1193 *Hard Drive Not Required*
LN1194 *Keyboard Not Required*
LN1197 *Mouse Not Required*
LN10469 *No Custom Colour Required*
LN4834 *No M/M Card Required*
LN4834 *No M/M Card Required*
LN4834 *No M/M Card Required*
LN4833 *No Software Required*
LN4833 *No Software Required*
LN4833 *No Software Required*
LN1199 *No Soundcard Required* (Onboard option only)
LN1196 *No TV/Plasma Required*
LN1201 *No VGA Card Required*
LN1200 *Speakers Not Required*
LN1200 *Speakers Not Required*
LN50192 2GB EVGA GTX 650 Ti Boost SC, 28nm, PCIe 3.0, 6008MHz GDDR5, GPU 1072MHz, Cores 768, DPort/DL DVI/HDMI
LN42857 2TB Seagate ST2000DM001 Barracuda 7200.14 SATA 3 6GB/s 7200rpm 64MB Cache 8ms OEM NCQ
LN46437 3 Year Warranty - 1st Year Onsite, 2nd & 3rd Year Return to Base (Parts & Labour)
LN48086 3XS Custom Gamer 10
LN48272 3XS Estimated Build - 10 Days
LN46530 3XS INTEGRATION -650TXM CORSAIR
LN47571 2 x 4GB Corsair 3XS Only Vengeance LP Black 1600Mhz C9 Module
LN34936 Cooler Master Elite 430, All Black in/out, Mid Tower Performance Case with Side Window 120mm Front LED Blue Fan w/o PSU
LN42190 Cyberlink Power DVD 11 Ultra - 3D & HD Ready, Plays Blu-ray (OEM) CD in PAPER SLEEVE *Oem Version
LN53026 Gigabyte GA-H81M-D2V, Intel H81, S 1150, DDR3, SATA III - 6Gb/s, PCIe 2.0 (x16), D-Sub (VGA) DVI-D, Micro ATX
LN50788 Intel Core i5 4670, S 1150, Haswell, Quad Core, 3.4GHz, 3.8GHz Turbo, 1200MHz GPU, 34x Ratio, Retail
LN49035 Microsoft Office Home and Student 2013, 32-bit/x64, English, Eurozone, Medialess
LN29161 Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit SP1 Operating System Single OEM DVD
LN3096 NO HEAT SINK AND FAN
LN50975 Samsung SH-224DB/BEBE 24x DVD±R, 8x DVD±DL, DVD+RW x8/-RW x6, x12 RAM, SATA BLACK OEM
LN48522 SCAN 3XS 5.25" Brand and Card reader Aluminum Front Panel
LN45708 Scan 3XS System - 3 Year Warranty (Mainland UK) - 1st Year Onsite, 2nd & 3rd Year Return to Base (Parts & Labour)
LN176 Scan System Configuration
LN17198 Sharkoon 4" Blue CCFL 2in1 Kit (x2 CCFL Tubes + 1 dual Inverter + adhesive Velcro strips)



However as I am not an expert in this field I am after some advice:

1)Is it more than I need to run these games?

2)Is it not good enough?

3)Will it actually play all the games I want it to?

4)Will it work?

5)In a few tears time will i be able to upgrade it all?


Thanks :-)
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phillpower2

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:welcome: wi1199uk1

You would have been better off starting a new topic on the system building/upgrading forum but nvm.

Not a bad list of parts but I would suggest a better video card such as the GTX 760, an alternative list of parts if you fancy building your own, see Here
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Thanks phillpower2 but I am not confident enough to build my own yet as the cpu is very delicate and hard to put in.

So if I upgrade the graphics card will it run all the games?
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Some independent reading for youHere
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MSI H61M-P20 (G3)

4gb ddr3 ram

Asus Nvidia Geforce GT630

Intel Core i3

Seagate Barracuda 1tb

trendsonic psu (planning on buying branded one soon)

 

i can run most games with this pc. spent not more than $200

games i played with these are shadow of mordor, metal gear solid ground zeroes, sleeping dogs definitive edition, most wanted and etc


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MSI H61M-P20 (G3)

4gb ddr3 ram

Asus Nvidia Geforce GT630

Intel Core i3

Seagate Barracuda 1tb

trendsonic psu (planning on buying branded one soon)

 

i can run most games with this pc. spent not more than $200

games i played with these are shadow of mordor, metal gear solid ground zeroes, sleeping dogs definitive edition, most wanted and etc

 

 

 

 

 

 

That's awesome! A real gamer knows how to save money and can adjust game settings according to the system they have. When you get that PSU you can easily upgrade to something like a GTX 960 or even GTX 750TI and turn the setting to high @ 1920x1080.


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Intel Core i3-3210 

3.2 GHZ

4g RAM

64 bit

Windows 7


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