Could i have your oppinions on two pcs from Novatech please NForcer Elite 6000 with an AMD AM2 6000 dual core cpu with a Nvidia 8800gtx card or Executor Pro with an Intel core2 quad 6600 cpu and Nvidia 8800 gts 640mb card i will be doubling the ram and adding a soundcard to either pc and as usual your advice and input are sorely needed. The pc will be used for games,video,music but mainly games , that's why i'm in a stew as to which graphics and cpu.
still hanging there last i checked mate :-)) Hope all is well your end bud.
JACC Im not a gamer and it would be biased advice for me to recommend anything suitable. A simple Google seems to prefer AMD for the gaming,but i do wonder how many of the AMD fans have actually tried a top end Intel cpu.
Though i would guess (my preference for all round computing) would be the Intel 6600 running at 2 x 2.4GHz. If you have money to burn,you could go quad core.
Though i should add,you get a lot for your money if you go the AMD route.
My END is very well "ta muchly" i am inclined to aggree with skidzy, the cheaper PC may suite your budget better as you (assuming) will need to buy a monitor and new O/S as part of the package OR go with your wallet and buy the BIG STUFF......
skidzy and SANTOS7 , i hope you two aren't ganging up on me lol,i've been onto the forums and Novatech get a very good press so thats why i picked them.I have an AMD cpu at the moment and am pleased with it , the Intel i had was a Pentium III (geeso)some time ago i might add.It seems to be a question of wich pc because one has the better cpu and the other a better graphics card.Amd and 8800gts or Intel and 8800gtx all the other specs are similar.Novatech will install whichever o/s i am wanting and i have a new monitor lined up , is there that much difference between the gts and the gtx cards.SANTOS7 what is the BIG STUFF ?