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My brother needs to replace his PC as it's labouring something chronic after the last three game updates. I'm not the best person for giving desktop advice (since I only use laptops), so I hope someone here can help!


We're in Australia, so I've rounded up some specs. Building a PC isn't possible as neither of us is technically inclined.


Could someone please have a look over these specs and let me know which would be good.


Thanks, all!


Option 1:

AMD A6-7310 Quad Core Processor


1TB Hard Disk Drive

NVIDIA® GeForce 720 2GB Dedicated Graphics

1 x HDMI Port

4 x USB 2.0 Ports

2 x USB 3.0 Ports

DVD Super Multi Drive

7-in-1 Multi Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC,MMC Plus, MMC, MS, MS Pro)

802.11 a/b/g/n Wireless

Windows 10


Option 2:

Intel Core i5-4460T 1.9 GHz (2.7 GHz max turbo boost)

AMD Radeon R5 330 2GB DDR3 FH GFX

8GB DDR3-1600 RAM

2TB 7200rpm Hard Drive

4 x USB 2.0

2 x USB 3.0

DVD Super Multi Drive

7-in-1 multimedia card reader

Integrated Bluetooth 4.0 and Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n

Windows 10 Home 64


Option 3:

Processor Brand AMD
Processor Type Quad Core A8
Processor Model A8-7600
Installed RAM 8GB
Keyboard Wireless
Mouse Wireless
Hard Drive Size 1TB
Digital Media Cards Reader Multi-in-1 Card Reader
Optical Drive Type DVD Burner
Wireless Networking IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
Graphics Card Brand nVIDIA
Graphics Card Type GeForce GT 720
Graphics Card Memory 2GB
Video Ports HDMI, VGA
Operating System

Windows 10

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option 3,

- best cpu by the numbers (not sure about BnS on AMD since I use Intel)

- GT 720.. absolute ripoff

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also ya didnt list the memory for your amd I am a AMD fan so well:P Intel is the apple of cpu proc overpriced

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Actually BnS is singlecore intensive.

Meaning what matters most, is how fast your CPU is core by core - Intel miles ahead core by core.


Also all your options seems prebuilt. And very poor choices.


If you give me

1) Country of purchase

2) Budget


I´ll list the best possible gaming pc for your money and where to order it.

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Those video cards are bad... really bad... even for BnS. They are around same performance as the newer Intel's integrated graphics that come free with their CPUs.


If you don't have other options, I say go with no. 3.


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Well, how much do these cost? and what is your budget?.


unless you are getting these reaallllyy cheap somehow, I would  never buy any of those, also wireless/Bluetooth/card reader cards on a desktop is a waste of money in my opinion.


I highly recommend buying individual parts and assembling it yourself, it isn't too hard to do and extremely fun and rewarding plus you save tons of money.

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