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Originally Posted by GuilleAcousticWhat makes you think that ?
Originally Posted by littlepuppiget the pentium G850 and put the extra 30 - 40 quid towards getting a 7850 - if he games you need GPU GPU GPU...
Originally Posted by rolloImage editing I'd say is pretty critical for most low end pcs as that will be one of the top 5 uses of there pc ahead of games. If you don't edit photos looks like a great little chip.
Are we likely to see anything to compete with intel in the £120-£220 brackets I wonder.
Originally Posted by faxiijI wish AMD would stop failing. :(
Originally Posted by mediapcAddictI think AMD would have been better having an option for a seperate channel for graphics memory. For a modern cpu 1600Mhz is plenty, but for a gpu faster is better. ( currently 8 gb of 1600mhz ddr3 is £31 - 8 GB of 2133 is £47 - at the value end of the scale it is noticable )
Originally Posted by GuilleAcousticThe Asrock FM2A75M-ITX accpets 2600+ MHz memory :D and with this layout has a great compatibility with CPU coolers.
Originally Posted by GuilleAcousticMSI H61 mATX + Pentium G860 + MSI HD7850 = £220 (VAT incl.)
Originally Posted by veatoThat's a tiny H61 and the two RAM slots might be a problem. I might consider it to squeeze a 7850 in though.
Originally Posted by Anfield@Bindibadgi, found some numbers on the gpu scaling with ram speed, sorry the text isn't exactly in english, but graphs work in any language xD
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