The asking price is a bit steep though.Big O Gaming computer has the best specs for playing any computer game out now, and in years to come. The specs are so great, you don't even have to read the specs because "Big O" can handle all games, software, and Windows operating which are out now, and apps which will come out in the next few years.
The asking price is a bit steep though.
I'm currently building one right now.
I'll have i5 CPU, a GTX 580 for graphics, 8GB Ram, and a 1TB hard drive.
The i5 could easily be upgraded to an i7 but I was staying a little cheaper.
Same with the GTX 580, it could be upgraded as well but it's still good.
I am currently running a Windows 7 machine with a Core i7 2600K, 16GB of RAM, a GTX 570 card, a Hyper 212 with two fans, two 24in monitors, and 13TB of connected hard drive space. I'm very proud of it.
As far as suggested specs, I'd say use one of the new Core i5s or higher, 8GB of RAM, Radeon HD 6870 or GTX 560, Proper air cooling, and the best hard drive you can get. That should work for just about any game you want to play, with reasonable graphics settings.