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Trying to build a desktop that'll run every game on the market

#11rusty12000Posted 9/24/2013 4:14:08 PM
Personally TC i would probably wait till after the next gen console come out before buying a new PC, because you know when that happens chip sets equivalent to the consoles will lower in price, and a new generation of chips several times better will come out.
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#12ECOsvaldoPosted 9/24/2013 4:14:46 PM
Take a look at this -> http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1Hgrj
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#13vash520Posted 9/24/2013 4:18:55 PM
I think a 60 fps desktop that can run anything for the next 2 years or so will run you about 1100-1200 dollars depending on how much extra stuff you wanna add.. an 800 desktop should run most things on high, as someone else mentioned. Since you'd probably get a 660 ti with an 800 dollar build, i think you'd do just fine.

Right now, we're at a weird transition in between current and next gen.. 800 is the safest way to go. Even something for a bit more is okay, I just wouldn't go crazy and get a 5k PC now cause of the new stuff they'll release in 2014/15 and how it'll be tailored to give you that next-gen-and-beyond feel.

That being said, make sure you get a 3.4 GHZ i7 at least, i don't think they run you up too much anymore and they're nice, sturdy processors.
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#14BowsaaPosted 9/24/2013 4:26:19 PM
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1HgH4

And reuse your OS.
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