Computer Specs for gaming purposes

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I just want to ask what is the best or most recommended set up for a desktop computer that I will use for gaming. Lets say I have a $700 budget to spend and I'm fond of playing racing games like Need for Speed, Call of Duty and other strategic games out there. Maybe a computer that looks like the picture below:

 

 

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Computer Specs for gaming purposes

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Hi!

  • Computers ideal for gaming should have the best specifications.  I would recommend that you’d get these following specs:
  • Motherboard – MB L1366 INTEL BLKDX58SO W/AV DDR3, CORE I7
  • Processor – CPU L1366 45NM CORE I7 950 3.06GHZ, 8MB, DDR3
  • Video Card –   VGA PALIT GF210 1GB 128BIT DVI, DDR3
  • Memory – DDR-3 PC1333 4GB KINGSTON
  • Hard Disk – HD 3.5" SEAGATE 1000GB SATA (1TB) 32MB
  • I believe your budget is more than enough for these computer specs.  You can have a different brand of memory as long as it is 4 GB.  These computer specs are mostly used on internet shops who are into gaming. 
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Computer Specs for gaming purposes

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  • You should have this specifications to have excellent gaming performance. And it only will cost you $500.
  • Operating System – Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
  • Installed Memory – 6 GB
  • Max System Memory – 16 GB
  • Processor Speed – 3.1 GHz
  • Hard Drive Size – 1 TB
  • Processor Type – AMD Athlon II X4
  • Video Chipset – ATI Radeon HD 4200
  • Should be like a super computer.
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Computer Specs for gaming purposes

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The following are computer specs for gaming:

-Video Card: Dual NVIDIA Geforce GTX 580

-Core Clock: 1544 MHz

-Video Memory: 6GB

-Audio 7.1 HD

-Processor: Intel i7 980X

-Memory Storage: RAM-12GBDDR3; Primary storage-80GB SSD; Secondary storage: 1TD HDD

-Operating System; Windows 7 Home Premium

I hope this will help you.

Thank you. 

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