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  1. I just bought this (scroll down): http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/ALIENWARE-ANDROMEDA-X51-i7-3770-Upto-3-9GHz-1-5GB-GTX660-8GB-RAM-2TB-HDD-/261594464313?pt=AU_comp_dekstop&hash=item3ce83ec039

    Because my current 5-6 year old PC is aging away and has already started to show worse signs such as a failing PSU and loud CPU fan I desperately needed a new PC and this one seemed pretty good for the price, I would very much like to know if I made a good choice or not.

    1. SyntherAugustus

      SyntherAugustus

      Upgrading the card to a Nvidia 970 gtx at some point would be a good idea ($350 USD card that's a bit more powerful than the 780 gtx, which was $500 USD up until a few weeks ago). 660 is a bit dated.

    2. Creaphis

      Creaphis

      You bought it already. What do you hope to accomplish by second-guessing yourself now? What if Doomworld fails to give you the validation you seek? What if I told you your computer was an overpriced piece of crap? Would you become a shattered wreck of a man, with your self-image as a rational consumer in tatters, as you question how your baser instincts and financial carelessness led you down this dark path?

      It's fine.

    3. Avoozl

      Avoozl

      BlackFish said:

      Upgrading the card to a Nvidia 970 gtx at some point would be a good idea ($350 USD card that's a bit more powerful than the 780 gtx, which was $500 USD up until a few weeks ago). 660 is a bit dated.

      Yeah I had planned to change the card, the GTX660 is nowhere near as dated as my GTS240 lol despite the fact it has a little more VRAM.

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