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Will this be enough to play every game in existence?

post #1 of 23
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Ok sorry I lost the other post or something. This is my first ever personal computer. I have no clue what I'm doing. I love video games and want to be able to stream 1080p to 3 different websites while playing both console AND high end graphics computer games. I want absolutely no lag ever.

I have no budget but I don't want to overpay 5000 dollars for a system that is 5% better than one that's 5k cheaper ya kno.

That's why I came here, cause you guys probably have a better idea how to build a machine that can rival those overpriced machines without so much crazy cost.

If my needs cannot be met without a crazy number, just hit me with whatever u got. hahaha
post #2 of 23
I think 2k is enough for what you need

Where will you be buying from?

For the stream part, I think what matters more is your upload speed.
post #3 of 23
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Originally Posted by TinDaDragon View Post

I think 2k is enough for what you need
Where will you be buying from?
For the stream part, I think what matters more is your upload speed.

I have boosted speeds. 15 down, 7 up.

I don't know where to buy from, or if I should build my own (however i'd fkn do that)
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post #5 of 23
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Originally Posted by Afrosamurai View Post

I have boosted speeds. 15 down, 7 up.
I don't know where to buy from, or if I should build my own (however i'd fkn do that)

You should build your own if you have a chance. It builds your knowledge and you can get it at a much cheaper price than premade.

As for location, I'm asking where you are located. Whether you're in Europe or the USA, so that we can help you out
post #6 of 23
If you want to play everything maxed at 1080p, get a GTX 670 or HD 7950 for your GPU.
post #7 of 23
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Originally Posted by TinDaDragon View Post

You should build your own if you have a chance. It builds your knowledge and you can get it at a much cheaper price than premade.
As for location, I'm asking where you are located. Whether you're in Europe or the USA, so that we can help you out

Oh sorry forgot the location part. I'm in california (US)

I just don't want to ever have to upgrade my computer ( maybe like after 10 years)
post #8 of 23
No chance you'll have a PC good enough to last 10 years without upgrading, technology just moves to fast. Besides every year or so you get more powerful tech for less money so it's not exactly a good idea to spend $5000 now as that $5000 tech would probably only cost $1000 in like 2-3 years.
post #9 of 23
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Originally Posted by StayFrosty View Post

No chance you'll have a PC good enough to last 10 years without upgrading, technology just moves to fast. Besides every year or so you get more powerful tech for less money so it's not exactly a good idea to spend $5000 now as that $5000 tech would probably only cost $1000 in like 2-3 years.

Take 10 years with a grain of salt yo.
post #10 of 23
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How about Last 10 years without hardware failure?
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