Weak GPU. Weak external PSU (330w at best) limits your GPU upgrade options. Small case might limit upgradeability.
Good CPU, though.
I wouldn't buy it at that price, or at any price if you want to use it for new games.
#3NathanisDrakePosted 4/29/2014 4:07:40 AM
I would never recommend an Alienware, ESPECIALLY a used one. --- 4770K | MSI GTX 780 OC | 8GB 1600 | 120GB SSD | 1TB HDD | ASRock Z87E-ITX | Corsair 650W | Corsair Obsidian 250D m-ITX PC + 3DS Master Race
#4aak57Posted 4/29/2014 4:08:16 AM
nvidea gtx 555
no --- May thine...strength...help the world be mended http://i.imgur.com/HdBP0.jpg
#5Dirk85UKPosted 4/29/2014 5:00:17 AM
Should I buy this gaming PC?
It's not a gaming PC. --- GTX 780ti SC / i7 4770k / 16gb RAM / Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD5H / 840 Pro Basic / Seasonic X-850 / Dell U2711
#6mrtywerPosted 4/29/2014 5:49:21 AM(edited)
Should I buy this outrageously overpriced, gaudy looking monstrosity?
i fix 4 u
Especially since the gtx 555 is a 2 year old card that performs like a 4 year old card...
#7ThePCElitistPosted 4/29/2014 5:57:31 AM
Why is it that Alienware PC's always have terrible GPU's in them but good CPU's? --- When I'm Miq'ote http://youtu.be/h3LGf9SSWrU
#8ShubPosted 4/29/2014 6:06:16 AM
Why is it that Alienware PC's always have terrible GPU's in them but good CPU's?
They don't always. The cheaper ones do because they obey the same "laws" as other cheap PCs. You can sell a PC for a higher price if you advertise it as a 6 GHz quad core Intel Core i7 with 32 GB of RAM and 4 TB of storage and... a Radeon 6450. People see quad core, high gigahertz, gobs of RAM, terabytes of storage and see value but know nothing about video cards. --- -What is best in life? -To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women.
#9mrtywerPosted 4/29/2014 6:34:42 AM
I mean, don't get me wrong, the GTX 555 is a FANTASTIC card..
for my Toshiba satellite from 1996. --- Current rig: ASUS p5q pro-turbo - 4g DDR2 RAM - Intel Core-2 Duo E8400 @ 3.0 ghz - Sapphire Radeon R7 260x, $200. Hey, it's better than smacking rocks together.
#10mrtywerPosted 4/29/2014 6:37:22 AM
People see quad core, high gigahertz, gobs of RAM, terabytes of storage and see value...
It's even worse if it's got one of those AMD 8-core processors in it, clocked at like 3.5ghz. I saw someone in a best buy once that bought a prebuilt for like, $900...
downside, was that it was paired with like, a GeForce 8800 GT. But they see cores, and dollars be flyin'. --- Current rig: ASUS p5q pro-turbo - 4g DDR2 RAM - Intel Core-2 Duo E8400 @ 3.0 ghz - Sapphire Radeon R7 260x, $200. Hey, it's better than smacking rocks together.