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    Default Which computer is best?

    Well I have no idea what to look for but one of my mates suggested one of these. ( For playing KO / Call Of duty MW2 / cs ). I am looking for some pretty sweet graphics but I dont wanna pay like 2k+ usd for it...

    So which is best?

    1. Price : 1000 usd.

    Processor
    Type Processor - Intel Core i3
    Number - 530
    Speed (GHz) - 2,93
    CPU Cache - 4 MB L2
    Chipset - Intel H57
    Memory
    RAM Type - DDR3
    RAM (MB) - 6 144
    RAM Max. If upgraded (MB) - 8 192
    RAM Speed (MHz) - 1 066
    RAM Slot - (Total) 4
    RAM Slot - (avalible) 1
    Harddrive
    Capacity(GB) - 1 000
    Rotations Speed (RPM) - 7 200
    Interface - S-ATA

    Graphic Card: nVIDIA GT320
    Dedicatedvideo memory (MB) - 1 024
    Shared memory (MB) - 2 815

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    2. Price 1150 Usd.

    Processor
    Type Processor - Intel Core i5
    Number - 750
    Speed (GHz) - 2,66
    CPU Cache - 8 MB L2
    Chipset - Intel H57
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    RAM Type - DDR3
    RAM (MB) - 6 144
    RAM Max. if upgraded (MB) - 8 192
    RAM Speed (MHz) - 1 066
    RAM Slot (Total) - 4 RAM
    Slot (avalible) - 1
    Harddrive
    Capacity (GB) - 1 000
    Rotations Speed (RPM) - 7 200 I
    nterface - S-ATA

    Graphic card type - nVIDIA GT330
    Dedicated video memory (MB) - 2 044
    Shared memory (MB) - 3 327

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    Thanks In advance guys
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    pretty sweet graphics- second one.
    Both gives you what you looking for actuly.

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    Both are a little over priced, but if I had to choose one of them, I would go with the first one. Reason why? Because it's basically the same PC what it lacks in processor size, it makes up for in processor speed. There is practically no difference in the video cards, at all. The shared memory is less, which is good. And the 150 you have extra buy yourself another stick of RAM, which would cost 30$ max. All in all, first one definitely.

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    hmm cool and these are actually pretty cheap compared to the danish standards ( everything here in denmark cost like 30-50% more than in the US.. ) Gotta love the socalists xD

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    But would both of these be able to run Call Of Duty MW2 in the a very high resolution?

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    depends on your screen size and the resolution of the monitor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rougean View Post
    But would both of these be able to run Call Of Duty MW2 in the a very high resolution?
    Yea, what size monitor do you have?

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    I got a 24" acer H243HX

    Technical Details

    • Graphics Type: Full HD 1080p
    • Contrast Ratio: 80,000:1
    • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    • Interface: VGA/DVI/HDMI/USB Hub
    • Integrated Webcam

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    get I5 processor... It's quad core and will serve you better in the long run
    I3 is "only" duo core processor and will give you a bottle neck effect in time with that graphic card.

    Also... Look at it in financially. Wait till the 3th quarter to buy something since nvidia will also release a new graphic card. And everything will drop in prices because of too much stock and not enough buyers ^^

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    2nd one ofc.... CPU cache matters alot when it comes to performance, and 4MB and 8MB is a whole level difference

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    So would I be able to run COD in the highest resolution with this screen and computer number 2.

    I got a 24" acer H243HX

    Technical Details

    • Graphics Type: Full HD 1080p
    • Contrast Ratio: 80,000:1
    • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    • Interface: VGA/DVI/HDMI/USB Hub
    • Integrated Webcam

      thanks guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rougean View Post
    So would I be able to run COD in the highest resolution with this screen and computer number 2.

    I got a 24" acer H243HX

    Technical Details

    • Graphics Type: Full HD 1080p
    • Contrast Ratio: 80,000:1
    • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
    • Interface: VGA/DVI/HDMI/USB Hub
    • Integrated Webcam

      thanks guys
    With ease. If even I can do it on my laptop with duo core 2.50ghz(6mb cache) with 512mb dedicated graphic memory and 3 gig ram... I'm sure it won't be problem for the I5 and 1 gig of graphic memory with 6 gig ram lol

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    okay thanks a lot guys

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