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Is my Rig a Good Mid-Range Gaming Computer?

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It is my sig rig. I Do realize that the processor needs to be upgraded, but Please give me your thoughts on this build. Any Upgrades to make better, any mistakes?
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Is this build recently new?
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post #3 of 19
Mid-range... yes
High-end... no

Your memory is a little old in terms of the current modules available on the market.
Your cpu is fine for what it does and your motherboard is ok.
Graphics card is good though, overall... not bad although you may find that you will need to upgrade sometime in the future.

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It's fine. Just a really crappy monitor.

Ugh, 32" at only 1360x768? Are the pixels the size of golf balls? You're doing yourself a serious misjustice there. That's a TV, right? You would be surprised at how much better things would look if you got a smaller monitor with a real computer resolution.
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Originally Posted by Atomfix View Post
Is this build recently new?
Yes, the purpose of the system is to be a Good Mid-Range Rig, not a High end one, I also do realize that some components of the computer are last Generation too.
post #6 of 19
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It's fine. Just a really crappy monitor.

Ugh, 32" at only 1360x768? Are the pixels the size of golf balls? You're doing yourself a serious misjustice there. That's a TV, right? You would be surprised at how much better things would look if you got a smaller monitor with a real computer resolution.

I know that the Moniter is Disgusting, But it'll have to do for a While, I'm going to wait a bit to buy a new moniter....
post #7 of 19
Quad core CPU + 8GB RAM + Decent GPU = more than adequate.

You have a nice system, don't worry.
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yes, its a good mid range gaming pc. CPU isnt the greatest though, and DDR2 Memory!?!?!? , everything seems pretty good.
    
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post #9 of 19
I would say you are fine for midrange, even with that processor. Give yourself a little CPU overclock if possible. I wouldnt bother upgrading CPU unless you got a killer deal, just try to get the most from it for as long as you can.
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post #10 of 19
It's fine for mid range, CPU is fine for gaming, the RAM is fine for gaming and the GPU is great for gaming.

Off-topic, but you have a slightly annoying habit of capitalizing words that you think are important... like "Please" and "Disgusting". I used to have this habit, just thought I'd point it out in case you didn't know - sorry if you're offended.
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