Hi all, I'm in the market for a new system and have got this quote from Cougar extreme. Would you run your eyes over it and tell me what you think, have I missed anything, should I change the spec for something better?
I am saving a few pounds by keeping my Microsoft wireless keyboard and mouse and my relatively new Samsung 22inch monitor, also going to reuse my creative 7.1 speaker system.
nvidia i7 socket 1155 gts gtx ( INTEL CORE I7 2600k -3.40GHz - 8MB, XIGMATEK SCORPION HDT- S1283 COOLER,
16GB DDR3 Corsair Ram 1600 single module x4,
60Gb SSD sata 2.5,(will load Win7 pro on this)
1000Gb SATA Hard Drive,(for data)
ASUS P8P67 PRO REV3, P67 B3 Motherboard,
1536Mb GTX580 PCI Express Nvidia DDR DVI DX11 graphics card,
Coolermaster Sileo 500 Black Silent Case,
CORSAIR CM PSU- 850TXUK,
LG Blu ray writer and readers HD DVD black,
Integrated Sound Card,
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit,
3.5 Internal Card Reader,
Free Courier Insurance,
Standard Warranty, Standard England & Wales Shipping,
Payment by Credit Card
flak i'm into L4D2 and Cod games! i play with my mates we have a hell of a blast as well as using a Voiceserver (Teamspeak) at the same time so we can talk whilst in game, my son who is 8 has just got into world of tanks he loves it! he's asked me to pay for upgrades on the game is it worth paying for the upgrade.?
W.O.T can be played for free as I am sure you know, the difference in purchasing a premium account is that you gain experience faster and you get paid more with in game credits at the end of a round.
This allows you to advance up the tech tree faster than by playing for free. Once you get to about level 4/5 you really need to have a premium account to advance further, as the higher tier tanks cost a lot of in game credits to repair and refit.
It can still be done for free, but you have to be a very good player and have a lot of patience to advance this way.
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