Need help.I'm new to this.

Mimikyu

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I'm new to this stuff so sorry if this is an obvious answer. I have a few options I found.

Can these play Minecraft on high settings.

Can they also play twitch livestreams/watch multiple streams at once/Watch youtube videos in highest quality.
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(3D-Graphics card:NVIDIA Geforce GT 710 2GB DDR3).(Processor: AMD FX 6100 6 Core (3.3GHz base clock speed, 3.9GHz with the AMD Boost Technology)(RAM: 8GB DDR3 PC-1600 (Dual Channel)

Intel Core i5 3330 @ 3.0 GHz quad core CPU with 4 logical processors and AMD Radeon HD 7770 w 2 GB GDDR5 Dedicated Graphics.

Intel Core i7 870 @ 2.93 GHz quad core processor w/ 8 logical processors
8 GB DDR3 Memory
AMD Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition w/ 2 GB GDDR5 Dedicated Graphics

  • AMD A8-5500 3.2GHz 3.7GHz turbo Quad-Core Processor.
  • 8GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon HD 7560D

Intel Core i5 3.10GHz - 3.40GHz (Turbo) Quad Core Processor w/ 6MB Cache
8GB Fast DDR3 Memory (4GB x 2 DIMMs)
Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 Video Card (by Gigabyte or EVGA) 128 bit - 2GB GDDR5

Which is better?
 
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fralexandr

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of those options i'd pick the i5 3.1-3.4GHz with gtx 1050. I'm guessing this has an i5 2400 based on the frequencies listed.
it has by far the best GPU/graphics card.
listed in order of preference
1) i5 3.1-3.4GHz, GTX 1050
2) i5 3330, HD 7770
3) i7 860, HD 7770
4) A8-5500
5) FX 6100, GT 710

don't bother with the A8 or the FX6100. The A8 -5500 might have trouble with multiple streams, and the GT 710 won't play minecraft on high settings.
 
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VirtualLarry

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Yeah, if you were to get any of those rigs, get the i5 3.1-3.4Ghz with the GTX1050, by far.

Visit our Hot Deals forum, if you're in the USA, Walmart had a decent HP-branded Gaming PC for $499.99 + tax. That might be above your budget, but, not knowing how much you would pay for the listed rigs, maybe not?

Edit: I wouldn't pay over $300 for the i5 with GTX1050, and that price, only if it included a small SSD. Assuming everything is used, except for possibly the SSD and GPU.
 

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Definitely the i5 w/GTX 1050 system out of those 3 options. Also though, let us know how much you are paying for them.
 

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