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Old 06-22-2008, 03:21 PM   #11
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Default Re: after a graphics card not sure

Originally Posted by ssc456 View Post
well i think me and you will get along jus fine here,

people say theres nothing like a pc gaming experience but you have to consider the cost,

ok lets say you spend 600 on a decent gaming pc or 400 on a Ps3 overpriced i no but its an example,

ok so for the first 6 months the pc will be better at gaming but then they release a better graphics card and suddenly your card cant get the best out of games n e more so you have to upgrade thats another 150 odd pound for a half decent graphics card, but meanwhile the PS3 will go strong without paying a penny extra for atleast 5 years, and in that 5 year timespan if you want to play games better than the ps3 your gonna have to spend another 500 on your computer on upgrades, faster CPU, more RAM better graphics card.

my point is console gaming is a hell of alot cheaper than pc gaming, "if" you want to call pc gaming better than consol gaming that is, by all mean you can play pc games for cheap with outdated hardware but then it defeats the object of trying to say pc gaming is better.

n e ways i think i have my point across, pc gaming is ok if you have lots of pennies
not just that but you get no driver /hardware /software compatability issues with console jsut put the game in and away you go
and at the moment It would cost an awful lot to get a pc to play games at HD resoloutions if that would even be possible whereas PS3 and X box 360 dont have any problems with doing that

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