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Looking to get a pc for NR and iRacing

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Hi I am not sure if I am at the right section to post this, but I am looking into buying a computer for these games. I first started looking into building my own computer, but like always I don't trust myself in building and buying compatible parts. If building is going to be the case, then I would really like any ideas for NR and iRacing.

I have looked into buying this computer https://www.walmart.com/ip/Cyberpow...75035&wl11=online&wl12=17811825&wl13=&veh=sem

I'd like some opinions if this is any good? I am not looking for any extreme, ultra high graphics, but something that is decent and playable.
 

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It takes a lot of time and effort making sure everything is compatable but building a pc was the best decision that I ever could have made. In total I spent probably about $500 which gave me a pretty good midrange gaming computer.
 

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Looking into the pc you posted it looks like a pretty good one for the price. If you're going to buy a premade one just be sure to read over the reviews to make sure it's what you want.
 

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I would recommend building your own, you'll save a whole lot of money doing it yourself. I built my own and I love it.
So much yes. I saved over $1k by building mine rather than buying a pre-built one.

As for that PC, it's alright for its price, but if you want more than a mid range PC you should look into computers with i7 processors, and something like an NVIDIA 950, 960, 970, or 980 GPU.
 

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And also, maybe even check out the Ryzen processors too. The 1600, 1700, 1800, and their respective "X" counterparts are excellent processors. I'm actually looking into swapping out my current processor for the 1700.
 
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