It's a great PC, at the higher end of the mid-range in terms of power. --- i5 4670k 4.5 | EVGA GTX 780 3GB SC | Crucial Ballistic Sport 16GB | 2TB WD Caviar Black | Samsung 840 Pro 128GB | Asus 787-A | SeaSonic 750w | 27" 1440p
My camputer is a notch better than the one in the image, yeah.
Thing is, a "mid-range" computer to some people is one that can max almost every game. A "high end" computer is one that is overkill for 95% of users, one with $1000 video cards, too much ram, overall cost like $3000 or more.
Most $1000 systems to me are "high end"...meaning they can run almost any game on high-maximum settings.
Not if your monitor is higher than 1080p. Even my 780 has trouble maxing many games at that resolution. --- i5 4670k| 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3| EVGA GTX 780|Alienware m17x "You can't not pool as Zerg" - FatBlackCat
I count any pc with at least a i5 and a GTX 660 Ti to be high end considering 70 percent of gamers out there are playing on 3 to 5 year old cards and old ass cpu's. --- i5 2500k 4.5GHZ OC, 32GB DDR3, Galaxy GTX670 4GB SLI, MSI P67A-GD55 Mobo, 128GB SSD, Barracuda Green 1.5TB HDD Xbox live: tanis8585
I count any pc with at least a i5 and a GTX 660 Ti to be high end considering 70 percent of gamers out there are playing on 3 to 5 year old cards and old ass cpu's.
That doesn't make it high end. The vast majority of the world doesn't have a car, doesn't that mean a Minivan=high end? That's silly reasoning --- "HE are genius, firstly." - ASlaveObeys http://i.imgur.com/SQAc17B.png