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Help Me Choosing A The PC
#1
Since My AMD processor is not working well with PCSX2 , so i am thinking to buy a new pc here are the possible configs :
Processor: http://ark.intel.com/products/77480/Inte...e-3_40-GHz
Motherboard: http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product...id=4567#ov
Now tell me is it a good config for PCSX2 ????
and i am confused about ram and Graphics... suggest me that too RolleyesRolleyes
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#2
as stated earlier, The processor will be fine for most games. for graphics card, it would be better if you could mention about your budget. as for the ram, I would recommend a 4gb one, it's not needed for pcsx2 but, it might help for general usage.
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(03-30-2015, 09:45 AM)ssakash Wrote: as stated earlier, The processor will be fine for most games. for graphics card, it would be better if you could mention about your budget. as for the ram, I would recommend a 4gb one, it's not needed for pcsx2 but, it might help for general usage.

40~50$ for graphic card
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#4
if you're going to spend only 40-50$ then, it's advisable not to spend them. they will be only as powerful as your processor's Integrated graphics. you can play at about 2-3X native with your I-gpu so, you don't need to get a graphics card if, you're going to spend only 50$ on it. since, it's a waste of money.
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#5
If you want something cheap and powerfull for pc games, go for a r9 290 tri-x.
8gb of 1600mhz random ram.
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(03-30-2015, 09:56 AM)Coma Wrote: If you want something cheap and powerfull for pc games, go for a r9 290 tri-x.
you do realize that it's way over his budget, right ? Tongue
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(03-30-2015, 09:56 AM)Coma Wrote: If you want something cheap and powerfull for pc games, go for a r9 290 tri-x.
8gb of 1600mhz random ram.

dude are you serious Unsure My budget is only 50$ and you suggesting me 300$ graphic card SadSadSad
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#8
Lol ok so take a pentiumG and a second-hand gpu on ebay or on a hardware forum + 4gb of ram.
I don't know if its so much better to take an i3 over a pentiumG.
If I had a low budget like this I would take a second-hand cpu too, like a 2500-2500k.
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#9
(03-30-2015, 10:02 AM)AMD USER Wrote: dude are you serious Unsure My budget is only 50$ and you suggesting me 300$ graphic card SadSadSad
I really think, there is no need for you to get a graphics card. your I-gpu ( which comes with the processor) is more powerful than any GPU you can get for 50$. so, if you're gonna invest your money on a GPU, you should atleast have a budget like 80-100$.
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(03-30-2015, 10:07 AM)ssakash Wrote: I really think, there is no need for you to get a graphics card. your I-gpu ( which comes with the processor) is more powerful than any GPU you can get for 50$. so, if you're gonna invest your money on a GPU, you should atleast have a budget like 80-100$.

what is normal fps which i will get with my IGPU ???
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