BuyingHow good is this PC? W/SpecsPosted:

-Dreamz
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I'm looking at this gaming pc from aarons but not too sure if it's worth it.
Does anyone have any idea of how good of a pc this actually is in terms of playing common popular games.


SIZE:
Dimensions
6"W x 17.3"H x 16.6"D
Hard Drive Capacity
1 TB
PRODUCT FEATURES:
Product Type
Gaming
Operating System
Windows 10
Processor Brand
Intel
RAM
8 GB DDR4 2400MHz
Wireless
802.11 a/c and Bluetooth 4.1
Included Software
Anti-Virus Trial, Office Trial, AEGIS II
Optical Drive Type
SuperMulti DVD RW
USB Ports
10
Processor Speed
3.6 GHz up to 4.2 GHz
Gaming
Yes
Processor Model
Intel Core i7-7700
Graphics Card
NVIDIA GeForce GTX1050 2GB
Peripherals Included
Keyboard & Mouse Included
#2. Posted:
Gross
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Eh, for the price you'll eventually pay for that (from where you're buying it - they obviously overcharge) you'd be better off just saving up to build a system.

Single channel ram, a low end GPU (not even a 1060? come on)

You can certainly do better elsewhere, I wouldn't recommend buying a PC from a furniture store.
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Thanks!
That's what I was thinking just based off of prices of that gpu and how overpriced the pc is.
I've never actually bought a good gaming desktop so I'm not entirely sure what to look for nowadays.
I've been seeing a lot of gaming pcs for sale around the 300$ range on facebook. Once again, I'm just not quite sure what to look for tbh.
#4. Posted:
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You could post to r/buildapc or r/buildmeapc on reddit and have people suggest you a build (or numerous) based on a budget you give them.

I say give that a try!
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The PC guys on here will help you out a lot. They're really good.

You could post in here: PC Building Forum and the guys will give you the best value for money for your budget.
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Tbh I would not get a 1050, I'd get a 1060 6gb variant. CPU is really good though.

Are you buying this prebuilt? If so I can find you a similar/better build if you want to build it yourself for a cheaper price too.
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