i'm a complete idiot and need some help building a 3d pc that i can watch tv on
i've got an old tv and an old computer and want to upgrade both but i lack the money so i want to get a half decent PC and have TV on the same screen, i would like the PC to be able to play games like WoW and starcraft and whatever i like the look of that comes out on a half decent resolution
i've got my eyes set in the LG DM2780D 27" 3D tv monitor what do i need inside my PC for it to work?
using this site i've got myself a list however would you guys please make recommendations on what i should chage and what to change it to
i'll be using this except with a few changes
Nine Hundred Two V3 - UK case
8gb 1866 MHz ram
2gb nvidia geforce gtx 560 ti graphics card
1tb seagate barracuda internal memory
12x blueray rom drive
internal 51 in 1 card reader
creative sound blast audigy sound card
freview tv card
no monitor (buy one said above)
i was told i should look at intel i5 but this price range only has AMD, is this good?
do i need RAID?
do i need the tv card with this tv? ("Full HDTV with DTV tunerEnjoy real viewing pleasure with full HDTV through DM80DíS built-in DTV tuner that supports MPEG4, DVBC, DVBT, and other digital TV broadcasting standard signals. (Freeview HD channels require connection to an external device)."
do i need to buy "eyefinity/geforce 3d vision" if the tv monitor comes with glasses?
will i be able to plug in ym 5.1 surround sound system?
If you wanted an i5, you can quite easily go and make a custom PC from scratch here... http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/comput...ndy-bridge-pc/ that will allow you to build an intel system
You don't need RAID unless you already know you have a use for it.
You might need a TV card i don't know, all TV's have freeview built in now anyway, but if you want to record TV while doing something else on the PC you will need a TV card.
I can't answer your 3D question as i really have no idea about 3D gaming, i suspect any 3D glasses will do to be honest as long as they work with your TV i can't see a problem