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I'm looking for a desktop that can deal with tons and tons of papers/spreadsheets(I'm a student with a business), but at the same time would be able to support games(Minecraft, GTA, steam, whatever). I haven't had to buy a desktop in quite a while, and hoping there is something on the market that'll last very long so I don't have to again for a while. Any suggestions?
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>>439258
What's your budget?
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>>439260

Would rather not go over $1k. I don't know if that's expensive or not, but a lot of desktops I've been seeing at stores have been $400-$1k, so idk.
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>>439258
https://www.reddit.com/r/PCMasterRace/wiki/builds#wiki_the_crusher
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>>439262
Look for these stats:

Processor: 4- or 8-core at 2-3 GHz
RAM: 8-16 Gb is standard
Graphics card: External Nvidia or AMD with 2Gb or more VRAM. Built-in Intel HD or AMD will make your life miserable if you want to play games.
Audio: Unless you're an audiophile, built-in audio is good enough.

People usually put their operating system to a small SSD and everything else to a larger HDD. But a large SSD is good too.
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>>439275
Basically what this guy said, if you don't want to build your own PC you can also use something like https://www.pcczone.com/pc-builder (no affiliate) to pick parts and have them build the PC for you.




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