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awsome ... i like it ... will upgrade mine too soonAngel
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AMD is definately better if you're going forward with gaming and the configurations seem to be really good:playfull:
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(02-09-2011 03:45 PM)karanasher Wrote:  AMD is definately better if you're going forward with gaming and the configurations seem to be really good:playfull:

I prefer Intel to gaming than AMD. Intel has had better gaming performance processors than AMD.
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i've got an AMD atlon X2 and it works really well for most of the games:playfull:
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(02-09-2011 03:59 PM)karanasher Wrote:  i've got an AMD atlon X2 and it works really well for most of the games:playfull:

The Athlons are nice. I was a little upset I couldn't get a Phenom but I like the Athlon X3.
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(02-09-2011 04:01 PM)Firestar Wrote:  
(02-09-2011 03:59 PM)karanasher Wrote:  i've got an AMD atlon X2 and it works really well for most of the games:playfull:

The Athlons are nice. I was a little upset I couldn't get a Phenom but I like the Athlon X3.

Yours is nearly as good Big Grin Not much of a difference.
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(02-09-2011 03:56 PM)Aerofreak Wrote:  
(02-09-2011 03:45 PM)karanasher Wrote:  AMD is definately better if you're going forward with gaming and the configurations seem to be really good:playfull:

I prefer Intel to gaming than AMD. Intel has had better gaming performance processors than AMD.

Not much can compare to this when it comes to gaming.
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ya this one was simply amazing,:playfull::playfull: just too good if you are looking forward for gaming
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Intel Core i5 2500k Beats Any AMD CPU.....


Cool.. Use Core I5 2500k!
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nota@scam.mer
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-6 Gigs of DDR3 1600 RAM
gosh , it's awful!!!
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(11-21-2010 12:25 PM)Firestar Wrote:  I have an old computer from around 4-5 years ago and I decided to do a complete upgrade.
The specs will be:
-Quadcore processor at 3.0 Gigahertz
-6 Gigs of DDR3 1600 RAM
-1 Terrabyte HDD
- AMD Radeon HD 5570 Video Card

That's the main stuff.

Just wanted to share this, I am excited to have a hardware project to keep me busy.


i doubt this configuration,or are you going to use it as a server,bcs the config is too high for s personal computer
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(06-02-2011 05:46 AM)engralex Wrote:  i doubt this configuration,or are you going to use it as a server,bcs the config is too high for s personal computer

You must be mentally retarded because there is nothing wrong with having a very power personal computer.
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As for how it turned out: 8 Gigs of RAM, and a 5830 Video card.
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