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Second Hand Gaming PC Purchase

SimonB91

Active Member
I am looking for a cheap pc for some office work and 1080p gaming. Mainly older games and will consider upgrading in the future. I have found a second hand pc on gumtree which by description was built by Overclockers.

I have attached the spec, does £275 seem reasonable for this?
 

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drinkturps

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It does not give the system board name, size of case or PSU power rating. To me it does not look too bad but I'd ask for a bit more detail. But as you only want to play older games the CPU and RAM will be fine, you've got an SSD for the OS and a fave game or two and 1TB HDD for storage.

What games were you thinking of playing? I had a GTX770 and it performed very well on older games at 1080p you may need to turn some stuff down but here's a link for a comparison between the 760 and 770. The CPU is 6 years old but it should be fine for older games. You won't have much of an upgrade path apart from a GPU but I'll let others comment.
 

SimonB91

Active Member
Thanks for the reply, apart of me still wonders whether to wait and spend double on a cheap ITX Ryzen build for hopefully £550-£600.

Apart of me really wants to try the new Jurassic World game.
 

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