Sup, I'm Hacker340

By Hacker340
Jan 30, 2009
  1. Hello i m Hacker340
    I like computers
    i have a computer with no graphic cards and 512mb RAM
    i need a new one for gaming
    and i need some advice from experts to how to make a good gaming rig
    that's all
  2. LinkedKube

    LinkedKube TechSpot Project Baby Posts: 3,481   +44

    uhh, 4 gigs of ram, a wolfdale 8400, with a 4850 would be good for a gaming rig. But first, what size is your monitor and what's the resolution on it.

    Are you building one from scratch or so u have components already?
  3. Hacker340

    Hacker340 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    thanks for the advice
    what do u think about this one?

    - Raidmax Enzo Gaming Tower Case w/420W Power Supply Black
    - Cold Cathode Neon Light Red
    - [= Gaming Edition =] 1000 Watt Extreme Power Supply [Gaming Series] --- Quad SLI + Active PFC + 80 Plus Ready
    - [== Quad Core ==] AMD Phenom X4 9550 Quad-Core CPU w/ HyperTransport Technology
    - [=== Silent ===] Extreme-Performance AMD CPU Cooling Fan System Kit
    - [CrossFire] MSI DKA790GX AMD 790GX CrossFire Chipset w/7.1 Sound, Dual Gb LAN, S-ATA Raid, USB 2.0, Dual PCI-E MB
    - ATI HD Radeon 4870 x2 PCI-Express x16
    - 350 GB HD
    - 500 GB HD

    Can this gaming rig add Liquid cooling system?
  4. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524

    Hi Hacker340 :wave:

    Welcome to [​IMG] :grinthumb

    Please read how to post a new thread in this Guide

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  5. LinkedKube

    LinkedKube TechSpot Project Baby Posts: 3,481   +44

    Kim I just stole your welcoming intro speech, just to let you know.

    Honestly, if this is your first gaming system. You shouldnt even think about water cooling.

    Another thing. Here at TS usually we ask for a budget and we make the best recommendations and "dispute" about them in between ourselves until its decided what's best for you.

    Please follow Kim's post up above, it would be helpful, and next time start by answering a question that was given to you after you posted your thread instead of posting hardware and skipping over the questions asked.
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