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    My Setup

    So i have a poor PC that can run some of the newest games on low
    Now my Question should i buy either a completely new PC or just upgrade some of my stuff
    CPU AMD FX-4130
    Zambezi 32nm Technology
    RAM 16,0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 937MHz (10-11-10-30)
    Motherboard Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. GA-78LMT-S2P (Socket M2)
    Graphics 4096MB ATI AMD Radeon R7 240 (MSI)
    Thats Pretty much all
    Thx for answers Have a nice Day :3

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    It depends do you want to play big games such as arma 3 dayz? Or something similar as csgo?

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    More like Arma 3 Dead by Daylight Battlefield yeah
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroHakane View Post
    More like Arma 3 Dead by Daylight Battlefield yeah
    Then you definitely buy a newer and better pc.

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    Okay thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroHakane View Post
    Okay thank you
    Glad to have you satisfies.

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    you would have to buy a new pc, the parts you have right now are outdated, especially the motherbaord (which is the most essential part of upgrading) as it is not compatible with most of the new ram and CPU's, so if you were to upgrade, you would have to upgrade everything

     


     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroHakane View Post
    So i have a poor PC that can run some of the newest games on low
    Now my Question should i buy either a completely new PC or just upgrade some of my stuff
    CPU AMD FX-4130
    Zambezi 32nm Technology
    RAM 16,0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 937MHz (10-11-10-30)
    Motherboard Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. GA-78LMT-S2P (Socket M2)
    Graphics 4096MB ATI AMD Radeon R7 240 (MSI)
    Thats Pretty much all
    Thx for answers Have a nice Day :3
    You didn't specify your budget...

    Get an Intel CPU for gaming, AMD CPUs are sadly garbage when it comes to gaming.

    That means a new motherboard, so I'd opt for the Z170 HD3 (Crossfire) or The Z170XP (SLI)

    You could grab an i5 6600k or the i7 6700k

    For a low-cost GPU with decent performance I'd grab a RX 480 8GB

    I have that card on crossfire and it's a beast
    You could also opt out for a Single-Dual GTX 1080 if you can afford it.

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    Build one. Upgrading will mean replacing all your parts your ram is not too bad though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casperwhyyoucry View Post


    You didn't specify your budget...

    Get an Intel CPU for gaming, AMD CPUs are sadly garbage when it comes to gaming.

    That means a new motherboard, so I'd opt for the Z170 HD3 (Crossfire) or The Z170XP (SLI)

    You could grab an i5 6600k or the i7 6700k

    For a low-cost GPU with decent performance I'd grab a RX 480 8GB

    I have that card on crossfire and it's a beast
    You could also opt out for a Single-Dual GTX 1080 if you can afford it.
    for GPU i would recommend any of the nvidia 10-series, as the are much better than the amd counterparts

     


     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by meap01 View Post


    for GPU i would recommend any of the nvidia 10-series, as the are much better than the amd counterparts
    GTX 1060: Doesn't support SLI, 4-5 frames more than the RX 480.
    GTX 1070: Twice as expensive as a RX 480.
    GTX 1080: $300 more than RX 480 on Crossfire.

    There's a reason why I included "low-cost" in my post.

    People seem to forget the price when they compare Nvidia to AMD :').

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casperwhyyoucry View Post


    GTX 1060: Doesn't support SLI, 4-5 frames more than the RX 480.
    GTX 1070: Twice as expensive as a RX 480.
    GTX 1080: $300 more than RX 480 on Crossfire.

    There's a reason why I included "low-cost" in my post.

    People seem to forget the price when they compare Nvidia to AMD :').
    1060 worse than the 480? http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon-RX-48...Force-GTX-1060 - do your research before you post

     


     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by meap01 View Post


    1060 worse than the 480? http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon-RX-48...Force-GTX-1060 - do your research before you post
    Learn to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casperwhyyoucry View Post


    GTX 1060: Doesn't support SLI, 4-5 frames more than the RX 480.
    GTX 1070: Twice as expensive as a RX 480.
    GTX 1080: $300 more than RX 480 on Crossfire.

    There's a reason why I included "low-cost" in my post.


    People seem to forget the price when they compare Nvidia to AMD :').
    Quote Originally Posted by Casperwhyyoucry View Post


    Learn to read.

    AMD more cheaper than Nvidia, nope
    1060 doesnt support SLI? why would you go SLI? use the money to buy a 1070 instead,
    1070 twice is expensive as 480? no shit, its twice as better, what did you expect?
    Crossfire/SLI is still a shit idea on low price cards and having a 1080 or even 1070 i better as in the end you can add a second strong card for a greater amount of power. This covers you in both the short or long term.

     


     

     
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