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Ps3 Or Top Of The Range Pc


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Right so i'm in engineering, i'm supposed to be doing my coursework but instead i'm having a petty arguement about which is better, a top of the range pc or a ps3. I'm telling my friend that a top of the range pc will p**s all over a ps3 graphic wise. He seems to think a ps3 has better graphics. So if someone could shed some light on the situation please tell him he's wrong now :rolleyes:<_<

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Yeah a pc would definately be better graphics wise if it was a top of the range computer.

Firstly, if its a top of the range computer you will have a much more powerful processor in there than there will be in the ps3. This will allow for the machine to handle higher framerates at higher resolutions, Then there is also the fact that you could get two 7800gtx cards running in sli mode so there's two graphics cards in there as opposed to the ps3's one card.

You can also overclock a pc to make it run faster, which i would imagine is pretty much impossible for the average home user to do on a ps3.

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So a top of the range pc won't be better at playing games? I mean its not like its gonna be designed to play them with something along the lines of dual top end graphics cards. Those alone should be better than anything the ps3 has to offer.

Plus the guy didn't ask about prices, he just said which would have the better graphics capabilities. PC's will always beat the ps3 because you can go into how a game works and change pretty much everything it has to offer graphics wise. Take far cry for example, you can go into the settings on that and customise how much detail will be showed at different distances and you can set the levels of filtering and particles shown etc. With a ps3 someone will have done all this when the game is made so it will play better on the console, most likely at the sacrifice of graphics details.

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