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catyner
  • 55 months ago

I'm looking to build my own computer and this is my first time. I like gaming but it won't be the only thing i want this system to do. I want a computer that is good for creating animated cartoons as well as things like digital art and game design. I would like a lot of processing power as well as a lot of memory. I especially want my computer to be versatile in that if i have any kind of extra accessories, phones, tablets (ipads etc) that I wouldn't have to worry about it not being compatible but that may just be something i will have to figure out later. the basics for what I want from this computer is not only to be able to do work but also be game compatible, be able to stream a lot, help me with game design and animation, to use for my digital art, etc. I also want it to be like a big set-up or home theater or I would like to eventually upgrade it to where I just have a room for it. If anyone has suggestions for how or what I should start looking at that would be very helpful along with any other advice you can give. Thanks.

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  • 55 months ago
  • 1 point

What's your budget?

  • 55 months ago
  • 1 point

Budget? OS, peripherals?

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