is this computer trusted/good?

i just bought this gaming computer is it an alright computer also will it run most games at least i dont need max settings but just need to know it runs works and plays good http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-AMD-A8-7600-FAST-GAMIN...

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  • Goerge
    Lv 7
    4 years ago
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    Trusted? 100% positive with 1391 buyers? Most likely, yes.

    Good with games? http://techreport.com/blog/25930/a-subjective-look... says it's iffy. A few games crashed and one possibly caused an OS corruption. Their thoughts, not mine.

    Bottom line. PLEASE invest $100 in a GFX card. This will assure you that you can play any game(99%) on the market. There is an exception to every rule. This will also reduce the stress and heat that your CPU won't have to deal with because the card is taking care of the graphics instead of the processor(CPU/APU) integrated GPU. The processor has an onboard "graphics card".

    This will also give your system its RAM back? Sorry? You suggested I buy a GFX card and now you are talking about RAM? Um, yes. Your CPU integrated GPU doesn't have any RAM so it "steals" it from the system. With 16GB installed your system won't mind a GB or 2 going to help the less fortunate CPU. However your games with wholeheartedly thank you. In addition to that the card's onboard RAM will be more efficient which equals quicker.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-GTX-650-Ti-1GB-GDDR5-... is an option.

    • jesse4 years agoReport

      thank you for the response but i looked at the buyers likes and everything he has only positive no mid or bad ratings and that kinda scared me also i have a gt630 right now 2gb but its that stupid vamery one so its not a great card but it didnt work in my potato (hp compaq dc7600 mid atx) haha

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  • Adrian
    Lv 7
    4 years ago

    That is NOT a gaming computer, with integrated video. Never was, never will be...

    You can be fairly sure the Win7 is pirated as well. Be sure to ask for the COA for the Windows7 that you are buying. If they cannot provide it, return it for a refund.

    No specifications as to what HDD you get, what PSU it is, etc. You can be 100% sure they will be low end components.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Shouldn't you do your homework BEFORE you buy, not afterwards? That's why they have feedback so people can recommend, consider or pass on certain products.

    • jesse4 years agoReport

      i did mate im just making sure

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