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    PC Upgrade Help?

    Was wondering if some of ya can help and tell me if my PC can run CS:GO, or if I need to upgrade it.

    Computer Specs:

    >Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5200 @ 2.5 Ghz
    >4.00 GB Ram
    >NVIDIA GeForce GT 240
    >Windows 7 64-Bit

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    Thanks in advance for any useful tips/opinions.
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    you should be able to play comfortably on medium to high settings

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    CS:GO isn't a game that demands too high. You'll be able to run it but i would say maxing at medium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meli View Post
    you should be able to play comfortably on medium to high settings
    Aight chill bruh

    Thanks for the info
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    No problem. Also that build is actually somewhat outdated by quite abit.. you may want to consider upgrading if you can. Also if you have around 60 - 100 dollars lying around i suggest that you purchase a SSD. It won't give you gaming performance but it will make booting up and general use MUCH MUCH more enjoyable.
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    Aight chill bruh

    Thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZN_JZN View Post
    No problem. Also that build is actually somewhat outdated by quite abit.. you may want to consider upgrading if you can. Also if you have around 60 - 100 dollars lying around i suggest that you purchase a SSD. It won't give you gaming performance but it will make booting up and general use MUCH MUCH more enjoyable.
    There's really no point. With the parts he's getting he probably won't see full ssd speeds. It'll be bottle necked

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    Quote Originally Posted by | ∞ | View Post
    There's really no point. With the parts he's getting he probably won't see full ssd speeds. It'll be bottle necked
    meh,nothing to do with boot times,it will make the entire pc feel snappier

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    Bottlenecked but it would still provide a much better experience. Also if he does plan to upgrade in the future, it can easily be used for his other system.
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    There's really no point. With the parts he's getting he probably won't see full ssd speeds. It'll be bottle necked

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