i want a comptuer, which should i get?

@fishman8 (104)
Australia
August 1, 2009 6:44pm CST
hi, i was looking to buy a computer but there is so many and i don't know which one to get. Can someone help me with this?
5 responses
@galoforce (264)
1 Aug 09
what do you want to use it for? lets start there.
@fishman8 (104)
• Australia
1 Aug 09
well i use it for the internet and we play games on it too.
@tobepure (187)
• China
1 Aug 09
I think every brand has a certain series which focus on the "Game",so it doesn't matter which brand to choose.But as for games, the ASUS laptop is pretty good.
2 Aug 09
if its just for general use. then any computer is good, so this especially suits if you are on a budget. however if this is a demanding game that you play on, consider a computer with more RAM, higher processor and good video card. as far as brands go.. most are the same, though id recommend HP as they have great customer service, being should anything break they will replace it without messing about. only real choice is, is windows or MAC.
@jhnqsq (51)
• United States
2 Aug 09
Can you give me a name of the game? Is it an in browser game (Played in Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari) or do you play it on its own application. Depending on the game, the Mmo Doctor(me) could prescribe the correct computer for you. Another question is, what is your price range?
@fishman8 (104)
• Australia
2 Aug 09
The game is a game that i installed, my price range doesnt really matter me.
@jhnqsq (51)
• United States
2 Aug 09
Well, that does narrow it down allot. I would recommend getting a laptop called the Alienware 17x. It is appealing to the eyes and it runs beautifully. For a desktop computer I would recommend getting a computer from this site: www.Doghousesystems.com They make some of the greatest desktop computers on the market that are at a reasonable price range. However, if price is toilet paper to you, you would have the best possible set up with a Voodoo computer. They go for around $5,000-$8,000 for the lowest grade of computer. Their link can be found here: www.Voodoopc.com
@fishman8 (104)
• Australia
2 Aug 09
wow those computers are very nice, i think ill look into them, thankyou.
• India
2 Aug 09
Dear friend the best advice i can give you is There are 2 options that is 1. to play games 2.files, documents, compiling. Based on the above 2 factors i would like to suggest the following. for the 1st factor Opt for AMD processor with good quality mother board. The processor 7750+ this will be the best with a non expensive range. RAM of 2 GB or more depending on you i insist 2GB, hard disk based on your requirement but its better you opt for 500GB, graphics card nvidia the best is gt 8800 dedicated or else you can also opt for 8600 512RAM dedicated. Monitor the best is TFT or else you can also opt for CRT. For the 2nd factor Opt for intel core 2 duo processor or higher based on your budget. the above RAM will suit and also mother board but i insist ASUS motherboard. hard disk the above mentioned. even the graphics card above mentioned. Monitor above mentioned. Kindly mention your budget so as to help you better. And also your need.
• India
2 Aug 09
Go to this site which gives out terrific systems that are cranked up to the extreme. www.overclockers.co.uk
• Japan
2 Aug 09
hi, if you want to play game only, need to buy Xbox360, PS3 of hundreds dollars, though the resolution of TV game is not better than PC game, play TV game don't worry about how to run formidable 3D game well,tv game can last for several years without updating hardware. if you want to chat or browse online only, needn't to too expensive desktop, just you are playing landmine in windows(laugh)