lol what the fuck
No reason to spend more than $1000 or so, getting the stupid expensive top-of-the-line shit just means you have to replace it in four years instead of three
Are Rhodium R7s any good?
He means anywhere from five dollarydoos to ten-thousand dollarydoos.
I still don't know much about PC hardware but it doesn't look like it. Anything prebuilt is going to be overpriced anyway. Go learn you a thing about making your own.
Oh I'm not spending a dime on this particular one. Family members asked what I wanted for my birthday and my current computer is dogshit so.
I legit haven't even told them yes or no yet and they don't even know if i want one. I just know jack shit about computer prices.
Don't worry though, I'll still shit talk them anyway.
Well then for an extremely basic benchmark, look for something with a GTX 1060 graphics card. As long as they don't skimp too hard on the CPU that'll make basically anything short of Crysis at least playable, though if you care about VR you might want to bump it up to 1070 or 1080. Computers are expensive enough that it's still worth doing research of your own though, even if you're not actually the one footing the bill.
I'll try building one when I'm on my own in a couple of years.
Buy yourself an ALIEN RAZOR with HOLE TECHNOLOGY
"Congratulations, for a budget price we managed to make a PC that could run a 10 year old game. It was a feat of engineering."
Crysis 3 still makes computers cry
Irrelevant really, it's still useful as a benchmark for the extreme upper limit of what a computer is or is not capable of running.
People are still responding to this?
Why do you always think that everything you say is fact?>>391471
It's quite lucrative honestly.
There IS nothing of that caliber. A satanic supercomputer capable of crushing every app known to man beneath its 10 cores might
run as high as 5k.
wew status: lad
That's normie speak.
Say program or application if you're a macfag
WAIT A MINUTE I RECOGNIZE THOSE GIRL FACES
THOSE AREN'T GIRLS AT ALL
Do you get a erection when Tarkis appears then?
Here I am thinking 1500 is a bit too pricey for a new PC while Mr McMoneybags is about to drop the price of a decent used car on one.
I don't even actually have that kind of money.
This thread was me not knowing what the hell I'm talking about.
There's a pretty easy way to find out the average price of a new gaming PC.
It's called google.
>>391704>People buy premade computers
To what end, pray tell?
I did this once.
$300 hp with a $200 gpu and a new psu.