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I need to know which computer would be better for gaming.

https://secure.neweg...itle=AM2 System


This is a Alien Ware Computer...
Operating System: Genuine Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition with Service Pack 2

Power Supply: Alienware® 485 Watt Power Supply

Motherboard: Alienware® PCI Express Motherboard with Intel® 945 Chipset

Processor: Intel® Pentium® D Processor 930 w/ Dual Core Technology 3.0GHz 800MHz FSB

Memory: 1GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 533MHz - 2 x 512MB

System Drive: 160GB Serial ATA 3Gb/s 7,200 RPM w/ NCQ & 8MB Cache

Optical Drive: 16x DVD / 52x36x52x CD-RW Drive

Graphics Processor: 256MB PCI-Express x16 NVIDIA® GeForce™ 6800GS

Video Optimizer: AlienAdrenaline: Video Performance Optimizer

Sound Card: Intel® High-Definition Audio (24-bit, 192Khz) with 7.1 surround sound

Network Connection: Integrated Dual High Performance Gigabit Ethernet

If neither are really great for gaming could i get a recommended build.


Edited by A70)v(1C, 23 July 2006 - 05:41 PM.

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The newegg build would be a better game rig. I would up the memory to 2 gigs for real gaming. I also wonder why that for $10 more you can get a nec 3550a dvd-rw drive.

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Well ya the Newegg one. For 731 that is good price. Good stuff and will run most game for sure. In my opinion, it looks like upgradable soon. You want a basic game rig, then there ya go. Good Job though.


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