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Originally Posted by tad2 View Post

Ok that makes a ton of sense. I think going the higher end route would be more difficult anyways.
there's lots of "almost free" options for maxing ram and storage capacity. Plus i'm going to guess they're not going to know that much about getting a gtx 770 vs a gtx 1050 that sort of thing which
makes those parts more simple.

IMO, use 3dmark/firestrike/heaven benchmarks to outline GPU performance more clearly.

Many consumers will be deceived by how a gtx 880 > gtx 1050. But won't understand how it may be missing certain architectural upgrades. General fps scores can settle these misconceptions and give customers a more finite expectation.

When selling anything it is all about fixing the expectation. If they are expecting an alienware and don't get one they won't be happy.