Help me buying a new PC for gaming
I have decided a system configuration for my new personal computer which is as follows:
• Intel DG31 PR motherboard
• 3 GB ddr2 800 mega hertz RAM (2gb + 1gb)
• 320 GB hard disk
• 22x Samsung DVD writer
• Nvidia Geforce 9600GT 1 GB DDR3 Graphics card
Now, I am confused about the processor, I like gaming. Please suggest me which one should I buy:
• Intel CORE 2 DUO 3.0 GHZ
• Intel CORE 2 QUAD 2.33 GHZ
Both have same cost which is in my budget - 8500 rupees for processor. Please help me decide and buy any of these.
I have decided a system
configuration for my new personal computer which is as follows:
Intel DG31 PR motherboard 320 GB Hard Disk 3 GB ddr2 800 mega hertz RAM (2gb + 1gb) Nvidia Geforce 9600GT 1 GB DDR3 Graphics card 22x Samsung DVD writer ... read more
Get ddr3 ram. also get an ATI graphics card the ATI HD 5670 1gb is the same price as the geforce 9600 but its way better. also comes with ATI overdrive auto overclock feature to get even more juice out of it.
Aim for a quad core also.
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