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...A PC with an AMD graphics card and Intel Core i7-3930K processor, or one with an NVIDIA graphics card and Intel Core i7-4770K processor? I want to run brand new games and ones coming out like Watch Dogs and games coming in the next few years.
EDIT: Thought I'd add this in: say I wanted to play a game that said it needed an NVIDIA graphics card in the system requirements for the game, but my PC had an AMD card, could I still play it?
Oh, on bestbuy.com it says the AMD card was the graphics card for the Lenovo Erazer X700 PC I was looking at and the NVIDIA card for the ASUS G30 PC I'm also looking at. Let's just change the question: should I get the Lenovo Erazer X700 or the ASUS G30?