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Hey everyone,

As some of you might know, Im playing on a laptop. a crappy one.

Its an Acer TravelMate 5744.
Specs:
  • Intel Core i3 CPU 2.53GHz
  • RAM = 4 GB
Thats all the information my pc gives me :p

Basically, I am looking for a better computer.
It has to be a computer, (dont want a laptop).
It has to be able to run MC smoothly. (Possibly while recording...?)
The price has to be somewhere around €500,-

I know, its hard to get a good computer for this amount of money, but I aint rich :p
Also, it has to be a computer, not just parts that I have to combine to make a computer.

Ps. It should be able to run W7. (Not interested in W8)

Tags: (people I think are able to help me out)
@Formelet
@TheSimpleMan

Thank you in advance,
~Atomic
 

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Found an over the budget Lenovo Desktop for $629.00.
It's got a decent processor, but a crappy graphicscard. I doubt you'll be recording anything with that.
http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/desktops/lenovo/k-series/k450e/#techspecs

Your very best bet for getting a desktop with good specs, would be by building it yourself. And that's the only way, to get something for less than $500 running Minecraft while recording.

This website (http://pcpartpicker.com/) is great for picking parts for your PC, also, it checks the compatability between the components you add to your list. Should be easy enough to figure out.
Once you've bought your components, you just need to watch youtube tutorials on how to put it together.
 
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AtomicBirdAss

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Found an over the budget Lenovo Desktop for $629.00.
It's got a decent processor, but a crappy graphicscard. I doubt you'll be recording anything with that.
http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/desktops/lenovo/k-series/k450e/#techspecs

Your very best bet for getting a desktop with good specs, would be by building it yourself. And that's the only way, to get something for less than $500 running Minecraft while recording.

This website (http://pcpartpicker.com/) is great for picking parts for your PC, also, it checks the compatability between the components you add to your list. Should be easy enough to figure out.
Once you've bought your components, you just need to watch youtube tutorials on how to put it together.
Allright, thanks alot for the feedback ;)
 
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