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Old 06-06-2012, 10:59 PM   #1
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What is your guys's favourite Gaming computer? I'm trying to become a game developer and I need a computer that will run these really well with as little lag as possible. Think a computer that runs minecraft, COD, or any overly populated online RPG's.

I read today that AlienWear(or something like that) is good but seeing as though I haven't heard of it until today, I wanted to get other peoples opinions
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Old 06-07-2012, 03:40 AM   #2
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Alienware is very good, but also very pricey.

And I think developing a game that runs nicely for mid-to-top range computers is a better idea than developing a game that only runs well for the most expensive gaming computers on the market.
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Old 06-07-2012, 03:51 AM   #3
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You may be better off building your own (I'm a Girl and my Dad taught me how to) its not that hard, compatibility of parts / research is important , take a look here > New Build Guide
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You may be better off building your own (I'm a Girl and my Dad taught me how to) its not that hard, compatibility of parts / research is important , take a look here > New Build Guide
My only problem with building my own is the money trouble+the fact that small parts confuse me =*

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Alienware is very good, but also very pricey.

And I think developing a game that runs nicely for mid-to-top range computers is a better idea than developing a game that only runs well for the most expensive gaming computers on the market.
I understand what you're getting at but if you think about it, if you were developing a game, would you want to have all the lag when your trying to figure out what the bugs are?
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Probably not.
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Probably not.
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