Question Would this be an okay deal for a gaming PC, and do I need to update BIOS?

kevinburrow

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The first one is better but both could be very much improved if you felt able to build your own. It's lacking HD space and RAM could be better (3200mhz at least), but it's not a terrible build or anything if you have to go pre-built.
 

Viltsu300

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The first one is better but both could be very much improved if you felt able to build your own. It's lacking HD space and RAM could be better (3200mhz at least), but it's not a terrible build or anything if you have to go pre-built.
Is the first one better enough to warrant a 100€ bigger pricetag?
 

Viltsu300

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Looking at the product pages, it looks like the first system with the 2060 includes a copy of Windows in addition to the faster graphics card, while the second would need to have Windows added at an additional fee.
Yeah, but one can buy Windows keys for a like a dollar from Ebay, etc...
 

kevinburrow

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On this site one can slightly customize the PC (not the one with 2060 though), so would this look like a better deal? Is the SSD worth changing to this, and is the case better?
Now the price is 885€.

The 2060 is substantially better (about 15-20% fatser), so it really depends what you want to get out of the system. I can't read that language but it looks as if it only comes with 8GB, which is a bit low. You should look to get 16GB (2x8) at 3200mhz. It's also a bit low on HD space.
 

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