A. If you want the best deal for you money and are willing to spend a little time setting it up, building your own computer is nearly always your best bet. A. if you are building it your self, then go to and order all your stuff, they have great priced stuff, but to build a gaming computer usualy a good one thats cheap would cost about 600-700 but i still think it can be done, as long as you get 4-8g of RAM and have a quad core processor you should be good, oh and the graphics card needs to be good, just get the computer you have now nad up grade the parts in there, hope this helped.
Q. Im building a gaming computer because i have an ACER laptop which actually does handle games decently with minor lag.(games like-TF2, Minecraft,Garry’s Mod, Arctic Combat and thats really all i know..)What would you say the The actuall specs are for playing games like Battle Field 3 and games like ARMA 2 and ARMA 3. i need to know because developers of games always say that you need a high tech NVidea to play Minecraft, but my Intel integrated sht, handles it just fine.
Peer to Peer networking is a lot like using LAN but instead of one computer being set in charge of controlling everything that is goingon instead all computers are considered File Servers meaning that all computers in the system have console of what is going on. This is the best way taht two players would be able to connect using different consoles.
The first home console the Magnavox Odyssey had a simple controller that was a analog potentiometer, this meant that the player controlled the line by turning the dial and this would change the resistance causing the line to move up. This controller had two potentiometers allowing the player to move left right up and down giving a wider range of games that just pong.
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