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When you have you're rig for a couple of years

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User Info: KillerzOverHere

KillerzOverHere
3 years ago#1
and already upgraded everything you could, is it better to scavenge the better parts from your rig (Case?) or to build a completely new rig?
Gaming Laptops are so underrated...smh
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User Info: Rolen47

Rolen47
3 years ago#2
Depends on if you are running games at the settings you desire. If the parts in your old rig wont let you run games at the settings you want then it's time to buy a whole new system.

User Info: turbovirgin

turbovirgin
3 years ago#3
Of course its better to scavenge what you can. Case, PSU, optical drives, hard drives, CPU cooler and RAM can all be used agian except if wethey have made some significant advances since then (eg DDR2 -> DDR3, PATA -> SATA, old cooler incompatible with new socket type, etc.).

Unless you like spending more money than you need to, idk.
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