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User Info: __Cam__

4 years ago#1
You're awesome.


4 years ago#2
That's an all right mid-range camputer.
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User Info: __Cam__

4 years ago#3
Mid-range? O_O

I just dropped $200 for that GPU a month ago. :(
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User Info: Buburibon

4 years ago#4
Yes, you do have a good PC. :-)
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User Info: ThePCElitist

4 years ago#5
i5-2500k Hyper212+ @ 4.6Ghz, ASRock z77 extreme4, x2 Samsung 830 128GB SSD, 16 GB DDR3 RipJaws X, SLI GTX 680 Lightning, AX850, Antec 1200 v3

User Info: _Marka_Ragnos_

4 years ago#6
__Cam__ posted...
Mid-range? O_O

I just dropped $200 for that GPU a month ago. :(

And a high end one is twice that or more. It's mid range. A 780 is $650.
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User Info: Reaper_Minion

4 years ago#7
__Cam__ posted...

Well, it's a high-end mid-range GPU. Does that make you feel better?

And what's a camputer.

User Info: gsf4lyfe

4 years ago#8
Probably should have gotten a 760, much better price/performance ratio
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User Info: overkillwfo1978

4 years ago#9
It will run games just fine. You just won't be maxing the most demanding games (Crysis 3, Metro LL ect.)
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User Info: Boge

4 years ago#10
My camputer is a notch better than the one in the image, yeah.

Thing is, a "mid-range" computer to some people is one that can max almost every game. A "high end" computer is one that is overkill for 95% of users, one with $1000 video cards, too much ram, overall cost like $3000 or more.

Most $1000 systems to me are "high end"...meaning they can run almost any game on high-maximum settings.
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