Tuesday, January 8, 2013

I want to get into PC gaming, little help?


Question by Liam: I want to get into PC gaming, little help?
I have a tower case and motherboard already, so really im just upgrading crappy parts with these. I'm on a budget but i'd just like an opinion on these parts. Bear in mind that i'm a massive noob guys.

Sapphire HD 5450 1GB DDR3 HDMI DVI VGA Out PCI-E Graphics Card.
4GB RAM (Two Kingston DDR3 2GB sticks).
AMD Athlon II X2 250 3.00GHz Socket AM3 2MB L2 Cache.

So with these parts do you think i could play games like; Lord of the Rings Online, World of Tanks, Killing Floor, Oblivion and other decent games?


Best answer:

Answer by Christian
Its should be more than enough to run those games, if ur going to do a lot of gaming i recommend u get more ram for ur desktop. Hope this helps.



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