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How well can this PC run The Witcher 2 and Skyrim?

#41GoldninjaPosted 6/8/2012 3:25:24 PM
Better be a SLI set up of some sort. All I'm gonna say.
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#42hitokiri13Posted 6/8/2012 3:25:27 PM
ecollege.com
Simply as that. I can't believe only one person mention that.
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#43JKatarnPosted 6/8/2012 3:33:16 PM
Personally I would rather do a modicum of research and save a significant amount of money than thrown down that much cash because of extreme impatience, but if you feel like wasting money, that's your prerogative.
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#44tigerex777Posted 6/8/2012 4:57:43 PM
ecollege is not as cheap as everyone makes it out to be. I checked out the site and it's nothing to write home about. What I would do is do extensive research and really get to learn on how to build one because it's not crazy hard; but if you're really new at this probably I wouldn't recommend it. Find somebody who knows how to and build a custom one. You don't even need to spend 2 grand on a good PC, even with 1 grand you can built a really good one but if you still want to spend 2 grands, then you can get a really good one. I would just find somebody who knows how to build one.
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#45DiehardFFv2Posted 6/8/2012 5:13:42 PM
From: tigerex777 | #044
ecollege is not as cheap as everyone makes it out to be. I checked out the site and it's nothing to write home about. What I would do is do extensive research and really get to learn on how to build one because it's not crazy hard; but if you're really new at this probably I wouldn't recommend it. Find somebody who knows how to and build a custom one. You don't even need to spend 2 grand on a good PC, even with 1 grand you can built a really good one but if you still want to spend 2 grands, then you can get a really good one. I would just find somebody who knows how to build one.


I hear reading messages apart from the first one can be helpful. You're 4.5+ hours late with your advice.
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