I'm posting this here.. Because I believe it's a computer game question overall, and people here could help out alot. If It's wrong.. Move it please (Sorry Lana) I just am not 100% sure which forum...
I'm having a computer built for me, that I want to be able to play Directx 10 games good.. And Fluently... No crappy bad framing or graphics..
Now, I've had Mist help me create this computer, and I wanted to get a few opinions on it..
See, I'd like to slim the price down 100-200$ if POSSIBLE... but it would still have to allow me to play Bioshock/Crysis etc good.
I'm also using this computer as a main desktop.. Not just gaming..
Now here's how it's set up so far:
Keep in mind, I'm only making a tower.. I have all the other parts like a monitor, keyboard.. Etc.
Processor : AMD AM2 Athlon X2 6000+ 3.0Ghz 2x1mb Retail Box $ 199.00
Cooling : Vantec 120mm Stealth Case Fan SF12025L - $ 14.88
Motherboard : Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe/Wireless Ed. AM2 nF 590 DDRII PCIe $ 208.88
Memory: Corsair XMS2 2GB (2X1GB) PC6400 DDR2-800MHz $ 165.88
Hard Disk (1st) : Western Digital SATA2 250GB 16MB Cache 7200RPM WD2500KS $ 75.50
Video Card : XFX GeForce 8800GTS 320MB GDDR3 PCIe Dual DVI $ 352.00
Sound Card : Creative Soundblaster Live! 24-Bit External Sound Card $ 60.88
DVDRW : Pioneer DVR-112 18x +/- Dual Layer DVD Burner Beige $ 36.50
Network Card : D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G510 PCI Adapter $50.00
Case : Greenlyph Standard Black 450W PSU Case $ 40.11
Power Supply : Thermaltake TR2550 550W ATX Power Supply $ 110.00
Software : Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium Edition 32-Bit DVD OEM $ 145.00
Overall Price: $1450ish Canadian
Sooo Yeah... comments on what to make smaller to help me save money but will still let me play Directx 10 games well?
Please leave opinions and help