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Buying fast games computers is the best way to experience gaming at its best. If you play a lot of games, I would invest in a top-notch machine which has a very fast processor installed into a quality motherboard.
Computer systems like these don’t come cheap. If you wish to have a fast gaming machine then you will have to splash out a bit more cash for something with that extra power.
If you buy a fast machine it should last you quite sometime before you need to upgrade so it’s definitely worth it.
To save you a little money I recommend buying a processor a little slower that the latest model out.
I recommend you go with BTO (Buy To Order) for a great performance system for gaming. The great advantage of this system is that you can customize it before purchasing. You simply select one of their systems and then select the extra components you want from a selection of check boxes.
It’s really is that simple, once your finished, you just pay for your computer and wait for it to be shipped to you.
You can upgrade the processor, memory, hard drive, CD-RW and much more. The machine below comes with a Celeron 2.70Ghz Processor, but I would recommend you customize it with the following parts for extra power:
- Intel Pentium 4 Processor 3.0 GHz 512K 800FSB with HyperThreading.
- 1GB DDR400 PC3200 Non-ECC Memory (512MB x 2)
- 120GB Ultra ATA (7200rpm) Hard Drive
- 80GB Ultra ATA (7200rpm) Hard Drive (second hard drive)
- 8X DVD-/+ R/RW Drive Black
- GeForce FX5950 Ultra 256MB DDR Video Card
- SoundBlaster Audigy 2 ZS Platinum
- Firewire 3-Port PCI Card
- Klipsch ProMedia 5.1 THX Certified Audio System with Subwoof
- 19″ CRT Monitor
Systemax Value Gamer Intel Celeron 2.70Ghz Processor / 512MB / 40GB / CDRW / Standard BTO Desktop
I highly recommend this machine for gaming. Just click on the graphic or text link below to buy this machine. Once you’re there just customize with the parts you want or select the parts I recommend above for an incredible gaming experience.
These are only suggestions, you could just buy one hard drive and do without a DVD rewriter. You could also buy a cheaper graphics card. If you already have good speakers then you don’t need to buy speakers. I would recommend a 5.1 surround system for games.
The Systemax system has a 2.7GHz Celeron processor. I would change that for a 3.0GHz Pentium 4 with Hyper Threading. The fastest at the moment is 3.4GHz but it will cost you a lot more.
This groundbreaking technology (Hyper Threading) from Intel enables the processor to execute two threads (which is part of a program) in parallel, in the case of the above Pentium 4 unit, the software thinks there are double the number or processors at work. So this makes your software run more efficiently and makes multitasking even more effective than ever.
The graphics card I recommend (GeForce FX5950) is the best on the market and is superb for games or CAD work. It also has a TV out so you can watch your DVD movies on another monitor or TV.
With a 120GB hard drive there is plenty of room for installing lots of games. I wouldn’t advise buying a hard drive less than 80GB for games computers nowadays.
If you purchase a DVD rewriter as I suggest you can burn your home movies to DVD and watch them on your TV. You can also back up large amounts of data to your games computers.
If you wish you could choose to add a firewire card which will give a firewire port to your games computers as it’s not included in the standard system. A firewire port is the ultimate for video editing.
The firewire port connects directly to your video camera which will allow you to download your home movies very quickly for professional editing in Adobe Premier.
- Aperture: ƒ/6.3
- Camera: NIKON D5200
- Focal length: 55mm
- ISO: 4000
- Shutter speed: 1/30s