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Hello forum user's.

Not for the first time I attempt to drink from the font that is your knowledge.

A young relative of mine has a special birthday coming up and it is my intention to have a gaming PC built for the young man as he likes to "game".

Once I work out the "spec" I require I shall pop into my favourite computer shop in Paisley's west end and have it built.

Can you help me with this?

Here is what I have read so far....

An i5 processor. Its almost the dogs testicles but not quite. The dogs testicles are the i7 but its way more expensive and not worth the extra.

Have the system "overclocked". Dont know exactly what this means.

Have the system water cooled and not cooled by a noisy fan like my laptop is.

A graphics card is needed, I dont know which one.

Anyway please give me your knowledge to drink, to drink indeed.

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Overclocked is bit like running your pc at 100 mph when it recommended it should operate at 80 mph

here is a link for cooling systems

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2028293/liquid-cooling-vs-traditional-cooling-what-you-need-to-know.html

Google to rest and get to see some reviews, there are also companies that will build gaming Pc, check their websites and get an idea of what is required and what it will cost

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Right I have made a purchase, the pc is getting built as I type.

It has 1 tb of stuff and 16gb of other stuff. Its an intel i5 processor.

A wifi card.

The graphics card is an Nvidia GTX750

Does that sound good?

Can I ask where as I'm in the market myself.

Edited to add: Sorry just re-read first post. Oops!

Edited by rabuddies

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Can I ask where as I'm in the market myself.

Edited to add: Sorry just re-read first post. Oops!

Quite alright my good man, quite alright indeed.

The business premise that is undertaking my commision is Core 2 computing in Paisley's old and famous Well Meadow street situated in the West End of the town.

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FFS, you are well and truly a forum member with that level of mince. snore.gif

Didnae know "shite jokes" was a catchable disease.....................bye1.gif

You could do with catching some of my belters.

L

Sir Lenny Henry of Arbroff.

Lol

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