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For a "gaming" PC it should work OK.  I am talking about things like Grand Theft Auto or some other "shoot-em-up" type of game. If for flight sims, then you will need something a little stronger in the CPU dept.


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Like an i7? I saw this 

RAM Memory
8 GB
Model
XPS8930-7194BLK
Processor Type
Intel Core i7 - 8th Generation
Processor Speed
3.20 GHz
Hard Drive Capacity
1 TB

 

And a GTX1030 

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Forgot to add graphics card

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Or this, this is close to my price point unfortunately it's a laptop 

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Depending on what sim you want.. 4-4.5 GZ would be more what you need.


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None of these are "good" sim PCs.  

The first PC is 8 years old.
The second PC is not overclockable and has a horrible GPU.
The third PC, being a laptop, will have very low clock speeds which are absolutely necessary for good performance in sims.  

I don't know what your purchase constraints are, but it seems like perhaps you're limited both on budget and perhaps even where you can buy the PC from.  

Perhaps you can share some of your purchase constraints with us so we can better assist you.

 

 

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Is your computer experiencing Blue screen errors? Download BlueScreenView and post a screenshot of the error.
BSODs related to overclocking and their solutions can be found in this thread @ Xtremesystems.
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You can put together a decent system - at least a i7 4790K and GTX1070 for a decent price

Better to build your own, rather than throwing money away on a pre-build.


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