Heya, I'm glad that it's got to building, means it shouldn't be long to go now, sometime next week I guess
Glad I could be of some help (though since I've slept since then I've absolutely no idea what I said (my memory is terrible), though it doesn't really matter).
You'll have to let everyone know how it is when you get it
I think it changes at about 100, but REP is the main one, the more rep you have, people know it's good advice Also, you'll get other members commenting on the same thread backing you up, or suggesting a better alternative
No problemo, here to help
Alright then, you'll enjoy it
Either can really Just depends on which you want to buy, one is more expensive, but they're both just as good
Aaah, haha. This leaves me in a really hard situation
Hmm, one more thing to note which you could maybe help me decide on choosing?
I would like to be a game designer & developer when I'm older. So I need a powerful computer which could render games fast so which do you think could handle that sort of pressure?
Well, AMD are cheaper, but i know just as many people who like Intel as those who like AMD. I prefer AMD as they're cheaper, but just as good as Intel. I used my old pc mainly for school-work (I'm 17) and it performed absoluetely fine. This one im on now performs spot on with work too, just as it does with games I see Intel and AMD as equal, just one is alot more expensive than the other
Well, if you're wanting to run BF3 aswell as recording, you need something much better than mine My PC would handle BF3 on probably low settings or something.. No problems with those other games you said though
Yeah they are It runs games perfectly that i want it too About 90FPS on MW2 Max, 30FPS on GTAIV high settings (Can become slightly laggy in areas when its foggy and night) Both L4D's on max easily
It's not the beastiest gaming rig out there, but for what i use it for it's perfect