...that's able to play Skyrim with a ton of mods. Naah.
Anyway, my old pc finally decided it's time to give up. First i though it was the graphic cards, changed that, it got even worse, it started turning off, sometimes it would get to the windows bootscreen, sometimes not...from what i researched, it could be a ton of things that went wrong. I don't want to bother with it, and at the end of the day don't really have the know how. It's about a 6-7 year old pc, so it's not like i'm surprised.
I need a dirt cheap pc, for internet, documents, HD playback, and some casual gaming, very casual gaming. The only game i play on a regular basis is Football Manager (hope there are some other fans of the game on here), older adventure and strategy games from 2008 and earlier, and thats pretty much it. I was looking at AMDs AM1 products. Namely the Sempron 3850 and Athlon 5150.
I don't expect much of the system, just for it to be stable, solid. But it would bum me out if it got choppy watching HD videos on youtube or something like that. The old pc that died was a core2duo e6650, with a geforce 8800GT (which i'm glad i won't have to listen to anymore), so how would this AMD A1 system compare to my old one?