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Can a CyberPower PC Gamer Ultra run Half-Life 2 and maybe Guild Wars 2?

#21JKatarnPosted 4/18/2014 3:49:11 PM(edited)
PhilOnDez posted...
2Dhas_a_MIGRANE posted...
But that A6 has TWO WHOLE CORES.


It's actually a single floating point unit and two integer processing units. Windows 8 would identify it as a single core with two threads.

macheteman posted...
that PC will not get playable GW2 FPS.


And this. An 8350 and dedicated gpu will top out at 40 fps, that with integrated just isn't going to run it.

Any Valve game would likely run fine on it, WoW would probably be playable but the CPU is going to hold it back in 25 mans. I was playing it on integrated graphics from 2006 though so it definitely runs on potatoes.


Second this, playing GW2 with the rig in my sig in certain areas I can dip into the 20's at times, or if it's say Lion's Arch during a holiday, even lower. It's a pretty demanding game - of course this is maxed out.
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#22killa1096(Topic Creator)Posted 4/18/2014 3:57:55 PM
Here's the specs for that ecollegepc I said I would probably get:

Asrock Z87 Pro4 Motherboard

8GB DDR3 1333 MHz Memory

500GB SATA3 7200RPM HDD

24X LG SATA DVD+/-RW w/ Nero

1GB Geforce GTX 650 DVI/HDMI/VGA

1Gbit Ethernet Adapter

8-Channel HD Audio

Apevia X-Dreamer4 case

500watt thermaltake PS

6 USB 2.0/ 3 USB 3.0 Ports
#23ClouddxPosted 4/18/2014 4:03:33 PM
killa1096 posted...
Here's the specs for that ecollegepc I said I would probably get:

Asrock Z87 Pro4 Motherboard

8GB DDR3 1333 MHz Memory

500GB SATA3 7200RPM HDD

24X LG SATA DVD+/-RW w/ Nero

1GB Geforce GTX 650 DVI/HDMI/VGA

1Gbit Ethernet Adapter

8-Channel HD Audio

Apevia X-Dreamer4 case

500watt thermaltake PS

6 USB 2.0/ 3 USB 3.0 Ports


Like I said, drop the video card then pick up a 750ti. The 650 is old, and you're prob paying as much for it as the 750ti if you got the video card from Amazon or Newegg. Other than that, the build should run anything you throw at it with decent settings.
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#24TheC0ndemnedOnePosted 4/18/2014 5:16:49 PM
Clouddx posted...
killa1096 posted...
Here's the specs for that ecollegepc I said I would probably get:

Asrock Z87 Pro4 Motherboard

8GB DDR3 1333 MHz Memory

500GB SATA3 7200RPM HDD

24X LG SATA DVD+/-RW w/ Nero

1GB Geforce GTX 650 DVI/HDMI/VGA

1Gbit Ethernet Adapter

8-Channel HD Audio

Apevia X-Dreamer4 case

500watt thermaltake PS

6 USB 2.0/ 3 USB 3.0 Ports


Like I said, drop the video card then pick up a 750ti. The 650 is old, and you're prob paying as much for it as the 750ti if you got the video card from Amazon or Newegg. Other than that, the build should run anything you throw at it with decent settings.


Good advice.

What's your budget? Your planned build looks decent, but we might be able to tweak it a bit for you.
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#25killa1096(Topic Creator)Posted 4/19/2014 4:43:09 PM
Clouddx posted...
killa1096 posted...
Here's the specs for that ecollegepc I said I would probably get:

Asrock Z87 Pro4 Motherboard

8GB DDR3 1333 MHz Memory

500GB SATA3 7200RPM HDD

24X LG SATA DVD+/-RW w/ Nero

1GB Geforce GTX 650 DVI/HDMI/VGA

1Gbit Ethernet Adapter

8-Channel HD Audio

Apevia X-Dreamer4 case

500watt thermaltake PS

6 USB 2.0/ 3 USB 3.0 Ports


Like I said, drop the video card then pick up a 750ti. The 650 is old, and you're prob paying as much for it as the 750ti if you got the video card from Amazon or Newegg. Other than that, the build should run anything you throw at it with decent settings.


If I keep the 650 in it, will it still be able to run the games I asked about plus new ones like DayZ and ones coming out within the next year or so?
#26Loserman15Posted 4/19/2014 6:09:45 PM
No reason to get the 650 from the site if its the same price as a 750 ti aftermarket. Really, you just open up the case and slap it in.
#27wizardmonPosted 4/19/2014 6:16:40 PM
killa1096 posted...
If I keep the 650 in it, will it still be able to run the games I asked about plus new ones like DayZ and ones coming out within the next year or so?

Loserman15 posted...
No reason to get the 650 from the site if its the same price as a 750 ti aftermarket. Really, you just open up the case and slap it in.


For reals killa1096, just look at a youtube video of "How to install a Graphics Card". the 750 Ti is a great card for it's price.
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#28Joni_CunninghamPosted 4/19/2014 6:49:12 PM
why are people so scared of learning how to do things themselves
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#29JockoPosted 4/19/2014 6:51:54 PM
wizardmon posted...
killa1096 posted...
If I keep the 650 in it, will it still be able to run the games I asked about plus new ones like DayZ and ones coming out within the next year or so?

Loserman15 posted...
No reason to get the 650 from the site if its the same price as a 750 ti aftermarket. Really, you just open up the case and slap it in.


For reals killa1096, just look at a youtube video of "How to install a Graphics Card". the 750 Ti is a great card for it's price.

I also agree with this.
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#30killa1096(Topic Creator)Posted 4/20/2014 8:01:31 AM(edited)
Damn, just found out that ecollegepc apparently doesn't ship to Canada, and that's where I live. Does someone here know a site that has good gaming Desktops custom built and not over the price of $1500 and can ship to Canada? It can be .ca or .com and sorry I'm asking so many questions.