|well right now I give it a 6/10. |
the common gaming machine is a 7
3 gb ram should be at least 4 if not 8 not to mention DDR2
and not DDR3
Radeon 3000 series should at least be a 4000 if not a 5000
(but I WOULD NOT do SLI/Crossfire for it is a waste an 8 can
play just as many games as a 10)
hard drive could be faster
last of all it is a dual core proc instead of a quad (Intel core 2
quad/ i5 or AMD Phenom II x4 black edition or at best an Intel
I give my system (listed below) an 8
a 9 is 2-3 way sli/crossfire with either ATI Radeon HD4870/90
or Nvidia Geforce 9800 GT with 8-12 gb ram
a 10 is 4 way SLI/Crossfire with ATI Radeon 5870 or Nvidia
Geforce 295 GTX with 12-148 gb ram (yes, there is an Intel
Xeon mobo that supports 148 gb ram...) .
it is impossible to keep a 10 for more than 2 months at the
rate technology advances. a 7 is more than ok when
it comes to any game. I would recommend uping yours to a 7.
an 8 is for the everyday hardcore gamer or student in 3D and
Digital art maybe running multiple monitors (me).
A 9 is for the people who are extreme about standards, game
non-stop and are compensating for something, or are semi-
pro in 3D and Digital art running multiple monitors (almost
A 10 is for people who are absolutely absorbed in games and
their worlds and normally are compensating for a lack of
something in their life, or are pros in 3D and Digital art running
4-9 monitors (mostly 3D) (hopefully me one day).
Your comp is fine but is fast approaching it's time. If you want
a 7-8 you need a new comp or you need to swap a couple
parts. if you want a 9-10 boy will you be investing thousands! I
hope I didn't insult you, but It's just honesty, I certainly did not
intend it. Your computer is probably growing toward age 4 or 5
am I right? If not, you are casual which is more than fine.
-Intel i7 Bloomfield 2.66Ghz Quad Core
-6GB OCZ Gold DDR3
-XFX Radeon 4890 1GB
-150GB Velocirapter Boot
-1TB WD Caviar Black x2 Storage
-650W Corsair 650TX
-Thermaltake Element S