Re: Really budget gaming computer help
Mate, that post doesn't make much sense.
First of all, CPU speed isn't a measure of how well a computer will perform. You could have a 3.8Ghz Pentium 4 and a 2.53Ghz i7 860S, and the 860 would run circles around the P4 even though its clock speed is a full ~1.3Ghz slower. You have to take into account the number of cores, cache, efficiency of the architecture, etc.
Secondly, in regard to the next paragraph, a lot of what you've said isn't even possible. 6Ghz processors? They don't exist yet. Multiple motherboards? How were you planning to link them together? Especially with only two PSUs. Only one Nvidia Graphics card and you expect to run 3 instances of Crysis on multiple monitors? You won't even be able to do that even if you get a 580 and OC the **** out of it.
Don't post nonsense advice to other members, if you're not sure about something then create a new thread and ask. That's what we're here for
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