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is this computer, good for PCSX2
#1
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hello there . I am new to the forum I would like to apologize if this post is in the wrong category I would just like to know if this new computer that I am buying is good enough to play well on PCSX2 . Here are the specs
(I apologize in advance if there isanything extra that you did not really need to know about)
Alienware Aurora Desktop
1 317-4086 Overclocked Intel Core i7 930 (3.36GHz, 8MB Cache)
1 317-2667 12GB Triple Channel 1333MHz DDR3
1 330-6074 Alienware MM Keyboard, US
1 320-8372 Dual ATI Radeon HD 5870, 2GB GDDR5
1 317-4709 Game Code DIB Flyer
1 341-0433 1.5TB - SATA, 3Gb/s, 7,200 RPM, 32MB Cache HDD
1 313-8322 Cosmic Black, Alienware Aurora Chassis, 875W PSU
1 421-2064 Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English
1 420-9691 DataSafe Local BackUp 2.0 Basic
1 420-6436 PC-Restore, Dim/Insp
1 317-2818 Accessory Kit, Aurora, Eng
1 330-4769 Dell Resource DVD with Application Backup
1 330-6082 Alienware Optical Mouse, MG100
1 313-8751 AlienFX Color, Mars Red
1 410-1867 ADOBE READER 9.0 MULTI- LANGUAGE
1 313-8339 Single Drive: 24X CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW) w/double layer write capability
1 421-0975 NERO 9, ANW
1 421-2714 Cyberlink Power DVD 8.3 Playback with Kit
1 330-6348 Automatic Updates: On
1 421-1428 Alien Schematic
1 341-0498 1.5TB - SATA-II 3Gb/s 7200RPM, 32MB Cache HDD
1 410-0314 McAfee VirusScan Plus 36 Month Subscription (English)
1 950-3339 3 Year Limited Warranty
1 905-6888 Dell Limited Hardware Warranty Plus In-Home Service [after Remote Diagnosis], Extended Year(s)
1 905-6137 Dell Limited Hardware Warranty Plus In-Home Service [after Remote Diagnosis], Initial Year
1 905-8382 In-home Service after Remote Diagnosis, 2 Year Extended
1 906-6980 In-home Service after Remote Diagnosis, Initial Year
1 905-6762 Dell Limited Hardware Warranty 7X24 Technical Support, 2 Year Extended
1 906-5260 Dell Limited Hardware Warranty 7X24 Technical Support, Initial Year
1 421-1721 Soft Contracts,Banktec Care,Alienware
1 421-1724 Soft Contracts,Dell In Home,Alienware
1 468-5667 $50 Dell Promo Gift Card w/ Warranty Bundle - Arrives in 6-8 wks 90 day Exp.
1 330-0172 S and P Drop-in-Box Marcom forDHS Desktops
1 317-1904 Alienware High-Performance Liquid Cooling
1 421-1437 Alien Schematic
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#2
give it a try you already have the beast rig.
Main Hub:i5-4670(3.4Ghz Factory Clocked),ATi Radeon HD7770(GDDR5+128-bit+1GB),Win 10 SL(x64),ASUS H8M-E,8GB DDR3 RAM
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#3
This is complete overkill for you as an individual. It's completely unnecessary and probably a waste of money in the long run. But it also is better than what 99.9% of the people on the forum have so if you find a post of someone saying a game works, it's pretty safe to say you'll be able to play it. No guarantees, though.

I can't stress enough that you can build your own for much, much, much cheaper. I can't stress strongly enough how overkill this is, and it just isn't worth sinking that amount of money into a single machine. With the kind of money Alienware charges, you can probably buy a very nice machine and a PS3 as well and still come out on top lol.

e: Moved to Hardware/Software.
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#4
They sell the i7 overclocked? Wacko If it's new, it can't be overclocked. IMO, you don't need some of those things.
It's a great PC. I don't want to know the price. XP It has a monitor, right? (I didn't see it there, but with all that info is easy to get lost)
Athlon x2 240 2.8 GHz / HD5670 512MB / 2 GB RAM DDR2-800 / Windows 7 x64

"Pardoning the bad is injuring the good."
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#5
Do you really need to ask? You shouldn't need to when buying such a PC.

If that can't handle PCSX2, nothing can...
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#6
May i ask you how much it cost you that nice machine?
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Q9550 @ 3,33GHz Ninja
HD 3850
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#7
lol sorry i was not trying to show off..... Sad my last PC was stolen last week and it was a very nice custom made PC from a friend of mine and that could not handle PCSX2 i just wanted to ask you guys because i remember PCSX2 having a VERY big hardware demand (like WAY more then this PC, but as i can see i was wrong Tongue) so i am sorry if my last post came off as being a bit "show off" like
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#8
Well, I'm more than entertained reading the silly list of warranties you included, so you're forgiven. =b
Intel C2D E6550 2.33GHz (OC@2.8GHz)
Corsair CM2X1024 4GB (4x1GB) DDR2 DRAM
ASUS P5K
XFX Radeon HD 5770 1GB

Running on Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.
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#9
Well cobra365, you were showing off. Unfortunately for you, you don't have to try to show off with a PC like that. lol

My advice: If you can afford to buy such a rig, you better pick up 2... That thief is bound to try and steal your new "Dream Machines". That, or, take some of that money your throwin' around and invest in some security.
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#10
lol i am gooing to get some security don't worry
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