Re: Gaming Computers
If you try to develop for something that covers everyone's favorite setup you'll never get around to actually coding. Everyone has brand preferences but in the end all of them tend to use the same core parts and that's just whatever happens to be the best at that day.
For actually developing you won't need anything overly special. A computer with at least 8 gigs of RAM, a decent sized hard drive and an i3+ hard drive would be perfect. If you'd doing the graphics editing yourself then you'll want to add a Firegl or Quadro card (neither of which are good for gaming with)
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