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Best gaming pc companies?

#11reincarnator07Posted 12/2/2013 12:02:22 PM
MahoganyTooth92 posted...
This board generally recommends Nvidia/Intel rather than AMD

In my personal opinion, I'd recommend an Intel/AMD build. I've heard a lot that AMD cards are as good as Nvidias' for less, but I'd recommend Intel processors as my AMD CPU runs games rather poorly.


It all depends on the budget. Nvidia/Intel offer much less than AMD at lower budgets.
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#12Edavy89Posted 12/2/2013 12:45:19 PM
MahoganyTooth92 posted...
This board generally recommends Nvidia/Intel rather than AMD

In my personal opinion, I'd recommend an Intel/AMD build. I've heard a lot that AMD cards are as good as Nvidias' for less, but I'd recommend Intel processors as my AMD CPU runs games rather poorly.

And building your own gaming PC is FAR better than buying.

mfpolasky posted...
Also, would a $1500 rig be able to run most games on "ultra" settings?


Easily, assuming we're not counting ridiculous options like ubersampling.


Does AMD support PhysX though?
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#13KnifegashPosted 12/2/2013 1:03:47 PM
Edavy89 posted...


Does AMD support PhysX though?


No, but I wouldn't chalk it up to a huge loss. I don't really see many games advertising the feature, and when they do, the effects can be achieved similarly in other ways. Still, I've heard you CAN run PhysX on AMD hardware, by offloading the calculations to the CPU instead, but I also hear it's spotty.
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#14MahoganyTooth92Posted 12/2/2013 1:23:33 PM
reincarnator07 posted...
MahoganyTooth92 posted...
This board generally recommends Nvidia/Intel rather than AMD

In my personal opinion, I'd recommend an Intel/AMD build. I've heard a lot that AMD cards are as good as Nvidias' for less, but I'd recommend Intel processors as my AMD CPU runs games rather poorly.


It all depends on the budget. Nvidia/Intel offer much less than AMD at lower budgets.


Fair enough. I don't have much personal experience.
#15therickmu25Posted 12/2/2013 1:29:47 PM
Szymaa posted...
The single best company for gaming PCs is DoItYourself Inc.

They don't charge for labor and come with free lifetime support!


Do-iT-yourself Inc. Also provides e-peen at no addition cost!
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