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how will my pc specs run next-gen games?

#21brainlackPosted 9/15/2013 10:11:06 AM
jesse_skater posted...
Maximoom posted...
3rd gen i5 is ok, 8gb ddr3 is also okay.

Just need to replace the PSU for something with like 500W (could be more or less, depending on your gpu choice) and a Videocard (like a GTX 660 or AMD 7850) and you will have a good gaming machine.


Thanks. Ill be looking into it.


or you could get a 600w or 650w for breathing space when you upgrade or try to sli two weak cards
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#22Mr kittyPosted 9/15/2013 10:17:10 AM
It will run games as good as most gaming laptop.
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#23JonWood007Posted 9/15/2013 10:23:12 AM
Horribly. The Intel HD 2000 is weaker than the current gen console GPUs (which are around as powerful as the HD 4000). Honestly, I don't think you're set to go into next gen unless you have at least a 450 or 5770 GPU.
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#24SuperemppuPosted 9/15/2013 10:29:43 AM
Get a decent low budget gaming rig for under $100 extra and buy a 7750 and call it a day.
Or invest around $200-250 into a good +450W PSU and a better gpu like the 7870 or 660.
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#25jesse_skater(Topic Creator)Posted 9/15/2013 10:30:15 AM
JonWood007 posted...
Horribly. The Intel HD 2000 is weaker than the current gen console GPUs (which are around as powerful as the HD 4000). Honestly, I don't think you're set to go into next gen unless you have at least a 450 or 5770 GPU.


did you even read the first post?
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