Dousent matter the name/class of the GPU'S . If u are looking for a gaming GPU try finding 1 with more than 128bit band widith or bus speed , 2G memory is enough , and core frequency around 900 MHZ , try comparing your wanted GPU to my laptop's GT750M I run AVA at 60 FPS evry time whit some vSync and custom nVidia settings
Okay, some positive things : 8GB DDR3 ram, that's enough ram for gaming, the AMD Quad-Core FX-4300 processor
3.80GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, it's a good cpu but it will reach very high temperatures, 1 Tb hard drive,
it depends on personal preferences, 1 Tb is more than enough for me.
Now the cons, the gpu, it's a bad gpu for gaming, really, for the price of that pc, I recommend to upgrade your gpu to at least Geforce gtx 650 + .
And if you already have a mice and keyboard, I'd keep the ones that you prefer.
Make sure to watch both videos as well, Austin usually knows where he's talking about.
Last edited by BtchPlease; 02-27-2014 at 03:32 AM.