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I currently play Xbox One. I would love to have a gaming PC but I am completely clueless on pc gaming. What can I expect from the switch?
Whats a great setup?
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That's sort of a vague question man. I'm personally doing the switch now. I've gone a little backwards and have my monitors with no computer


Really I'd start looking into what kind of games you'd like to play on pc, and figure out a budget that goes along with that. I'd really suggest building your own PC so you get the best value with a performance that fits your needs.

try pcpartpicker or sites like that to look at part reviews, or heck even look at some of the builds other people have on there, that could all be really helpful to you man. Best of luck, if you want any questions let me know.
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I mean if you're wanting a decent PC you can look for one for about £250-£300 at a minimal level.

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xToXiiCxMistx wroteI currently play Xbox One. I would love to have a gaming PC but I am completely clueless on pc gaming. What can I expect from the switch?
Whats a great setup?

You can expect higher than 30FPS on your tv/monitor if it supports that, games looking better because of textures being of higher quality on PC, more games to play, free online, customizing the color and theme of your computer if you're into that sort of a thing, etc

If you are interested in building a pc yourself and need some help then go look at this and read it and then make a build post and someone over in that section will gladly help you out with whatever your price range is.
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Depends entirely on your budget, currency, what you're looking to play and do on the PC, what exactly you'll need within your budget.
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Yeah like people have said..

I would start with figuring out what games you'd like to play.. you can go to the website
https://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri
and type in the games you would like and kind of right down system requirements. I'd lean towards the Recommended if I were you..

I spent $1500 in 2013 and my computer still plays all the new games with atleast 60 FPS..
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A PC that best suits your needs.
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You should just build a PC but you dont have the time or the knowledge of doing so you should really look into making a Linux machine! Better than all the spyware that is on Windows and you can achieve so much more using the Linux based operating system!



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