Gaming system

@h8739182 (448)
India
December 30, 2008 2:30am CST
I am not a hard core gamer as most of you users are , One of the biggest reason for this is my computer system is pretty old. What i would like to know from all you senior members is what kind of gaming rig do you guys prefer for PC based games. Is there any specific feature you look for when assembling/upgrading your gaming machine? Do let me know what you feel about this. Take care.
2 responses
@modstar (9610)
• Philippines
30 Dec 08
Ok, i'm just a casual gamer like you but my friends are hardcore gamers so i will based my response on them ok? My friend's got a Gigabyte motherboard with Core2Quad processor. His videocard is something like Nvidia GeForce 9600 or something like that. He has 2 2Gb DDR2 RAM installed. His computer is pretty much powerful and can play newer games with ease. He bought it at around 30,000+ pesos.
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@h8739182 (448)
• India
30 Dec 08
Sounds like awesome configuration for a gaming machine. Just one question , can 2 GB RAM handle most of the modern games like Call of Duty or other RPG games? I stay in India , i will check how much the hardware you have mentioned costs here. Thanks a lot buddy, Take care.
@modstar (9610)
• Philippines
30 Dec 08
My friend told me that most games now only requires 2Gb of ram so i think you can play Call of Duty with it. My friend even encountered a game which runs erroneously on a 3Gb or higher RAM.
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@h8739182 (448)
• India
31 Dec 08
Thanks modstar for your reply, right now i am in the process of searching for the price list of the hardware mentioned by you. In the mean time if i come across any issues i will let you know. Thanks for your help buddy. Take care.
• Bahrain
3 Jan 09
The most important thing is to have a high-capacity disk, with lots of Gigabyte storage capacity, but that only applies to the C: disk, because the more empty space in it, the smoother your applications/games/etc will run, so installing your games into other disks like D: or or H: or whatever you may have is a very wise decision. Also, a minimum of 1GB RAM is recommended if you want gameplay as smooth as possible. And like the fellow that answered said, a high quality graphics card like nVidia GeForce 9600 and whatnot is needed for high-quality graphical games, and the game you wanting to play is definitely one of them. But just as an assurance, you can just ask an expert technician of computers, he should know well
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@h8739182 (448)
• India
5 Jan 09
Thanks a lot TenmaMetsuki. Installing games on a separate drive sounds like a very good idea. Thanks for replying. Take care.