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Well i have just moved from console to PC just to game i have bought a second hand PC for $95, its old but here are the specs i just want to Know if it would be good for normal gaming : 


PSU: 420 w 

MB: Asus M2N68 AM Plus 

OS: Windows 7 Home premium 64bit 

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4400+ x2 (2.3 Ghz) 

Memory: 1gb ddr2 667 Mhz x2

HDD: 150 gb



Video: PowerColor HD7750 1gb DDR5 ( bought this for $140 nz) 

i am only only planning to game on 1360 x 768 resolution 


Up coming upgrades (sadly both second hand parts) 


CPU: AMD Phenom X3 8650 2.3ghz (Bought for $39.55 nz) 

Memory: G.SKill DDR2 800 2gb x2 (goin to buy)


i know that theres newer parts ddr3 ram and the new FX processors and all, its just that im working with what i already have but i  will upgrade again later, So yup that's pretty much what i got or going to have. I also have pre ordered my self a copy of BF4, and i wonder if i could run it with all the upgrades added.








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you could have better bought a 7850 - it is cheap as shit and it will definitely play bf 4 A LOT better than the 7750, then again, if you already bought the parts... :C

you could probably play bf4 on medium/low, if you are lucky if it is optimized well, best bet is to check how bf3 runs on what setting, if dice gives the same optimization minus 25% of the frames you have and that would be ''accurate'' of what you can expect form bf4 performance on the same settings.

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yup ill give BF3 a a test run when i get the parts within this week. thanks 

That should tell you everything you need to know about your systems abilities and let you know if you need to upgrade.

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The pain! I will be moving there soon...... *a sharp pain shoots through my left arm* expensive computer parts and slow internet, HOW WILL I SURVIVE?? I have a few friends in Australia, and apparently they have a few good online retailers that move PC components. Tell me. Does such a thing exist in New Zealand?

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