Huawei MateBook X Pro review: Hands-on
Hello, i been looking to buy new pc for a while and at start was thinking of AMD system, but now sticking to intel. following is the configuration, if anything seems shouldnt be in a gaming rig or isnt the best performance part, please comment
budget for base unit is £1500 and this comes to 1504(pc specialist)
Intel® Core™i7 Processor i7-920 (4 X 2.66GHz) 4.8GTs/8MB Cache
6GB CORSAIR XMS3 1600MHz - LIFETIME WARRANTY! (3x2GB)
ASUS® P6T: DDR3, 3-Way SLI & CrossFireX on Demand
Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Premium 64 bit Edition + SP1, CD & Licence (£84)
8 x USB 2.0 PORTS (6 REAR + 2 FRONT) AS STANDARD
Memory - 1st Hard Disk
1TB SERIAL ATA 3-Gb/s HARD DRIVE WITH 16MB CACHE (7,200rpm)
1st CD/DVD Drive
22x DUAL LAYER LIGHTSCRIBE DVD WRITER ±R/±RW/RAM
1792MB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX295 PCI Express - 2 x DVI / HDMI
ONBOARD 8 CHANNEL (7.1) HIGH DEF AUDIO (AS STANDARD)
ONBOARD 10/100/1000 GIGABIT LAN PORT
ANTEC 1200 BLACK GAMING CASE
Power Supply & Case Cooling
800W Quiet Quad Rail PSU + 120mm Case Fan (£89) (Special Offer)
ASUS TRITON 81 PURE COPPER BASE ULTRA COOLER (£49)
Firewire & Video Editing
1 x IEEE 1394a FIREWIRE PORT ONBOARD
think of this as your system what would u change? or add
PSU, a good brand as well, such as this one.You'll need min. 1 KW.
Thats a pretty good rig but don't forget the peripherals,
With your budget you could afford to get a good gaming mouse, keyboard and if you so choose to a gamepad.
Also get a good set of speakers, 5.1 surround sound at least, as for the keyboard try to get one with low profile keys as there's nothing worse when gaming than having to thump keys down for them to respond.
Also make sure its a wired keyboard, manys a time on my wireless keyboard the batteries have died mid game and there's nothing more frustrating.
But as retep888 said a 1KW PSU is a must for that spec.
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