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    Yogblast Computers

    Hello people of the yogscast, and whoever.
    I wanted to ask the forums and computer techies what the performance difference and game play difference was like between the yogblast Lite and the regular one.

    I'm considering getting one of these however I wish to know if there is much of a dramatic drop between each computer and plus I'm going to have to raise 700 or 1000 pounds out of pocket money, so i'd like to know which one I should start saving for.

    Thank you guys, hope someone here can be kind enough to help me out!

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    Fusion Yogsblast Lite

    Basic Specification:
    Fractal Design Define R3 Case
    Intel Core i5 3450 "Ivy Bridge" Processor
    Akasa Nero 3 Cooler
    Asus P8H61-M LE Motherboard
    8GB PC3-10666 DDR3 Memory
    Chillblast GeForce GTX 550Ti 1GB Graphics Card
    500GB SATA III 7200rpm Hard Disk
    500GB SATA III 7200rpm Hard Disk
    Sony 24x DVD-RW Drive
    Corsair Ultra Low Noise 600watt PSU
    Onboard High Definition Audio
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit OEM
    2 year collect and return UK Warranty
    Exclusive Yogscast digital Youtube capture and content creation guide

    7 x USB 2.0 ports
    2 x USB 3.0 ports
    1 x PS/2 for keyboard
    Audio outputs
    1 x 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet for network
    1 x DVI output
    1 x HDMI output

    Fusion Yogsblast

    Basic Specification:
    Fractal Design Define R3 Case
    Intel Core i5 3570 "Ivy Bridge" Processor @ up to 4.5GHz
    Akasa Nero 3 Cooler
    Asus P8Z77-V LX Motherboard
    8GB PC3-10666 DDR3 Memory
    Chillblast GeForce GTX 670 2GB Graphics Card
    1000GB SATA III 7200rpm Hard Disk
    1000GB SATA III 7200rpm Hard Disk
    Samsung Blu Ray / DVD-RW Combo Drive
    Corsair Ultra Low Noise 600watt PSU
    Onboard High Definition Audio
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit OEM
    2 year collect and return UK Warranty
    Exclusive Yogscast digital Youtube capture and content creation guide

    7 x USB 2.0 ports
    2 x USB 3.0 ports
    1 x PS/2 for keyboard
    Audio outputs
    1 x 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet for network
    1 x DVI output
    1 x HDMI output

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    Well the Fusion Yogsblast has two much larger hard disks giving you more space, it has a better CPU. Also it has double the amount of graphical memory, however you don't actually need 2GB right now, I would suspect that you will do in about one and a half years to run a max graphics though. And also the Fusion Yogsblast has a blueray player. If you have the money I would go for the Fusion Yogsblast, however you can build a pretty good PC for the same amount if you know how to.

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    like @Josh_Boyd said the lite has less power basically


    but my prediction is the lite would be good for playing minecraft on nearly the best graphics
    whilst recording

    and the better, fusion,would be able to play and record minecraft on the best graphics

    if you buy the fusion i would recommend more than one screen because its really handy when editing and recording because you could have a basic script on the right screen and minecraft on the left and because of the computer specs it would not effect the game play

    and like @Josh_Boyd said you could build a very good computer with that much money

    hope it helped
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    Thanks for the reply josh, I'm making a big consideration to buy the fusion, it seems like it's worth it. and it would be good for making you tube videos, actually, perfect.

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    Bear it in mind, that the Lite version won't last you as long, as the graphical capabilities of the PC will be surpassed by new games faster than the Fusion Yogblast. I'm considering on getting the Yogblast too, or I might build my own computer again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh_Boyd View Post
    Well the Fusion Yogsblast has two much larger hard disks giving you more space, it has a better CPU. Also it has double the amount of graphical memory, however you don't actually need 2GB right now, I would suspect that you will do in about one and a half years to run a max graphics though. And also the Fusion Yogsblast has a blueray player. If you have the money I would go for the Fusion Yogsblast, however you can build a pretty good PC for the same amount if you know how to.

    It has the same CPU, just clocked higher

    It has better motherboard, though they are both Asus so you would have to pay me to take it if I was building a system myself

    You have a much more powerful graphics card. Ignore the memory, a GTX 670 GPU is a hell of a lot more powerful than a 550Ti, it is like comparing a Ferrari to a Fiat in a race.

    You are paying for that graphics card, that is the main thing. The CPU and mobo will only be about £50 between them difference, the 670 though is several times more expensive than the 550Ti, but that price difference really, really is worth it for gaming without a shadow of a doubt

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    I'd probably suggest buying the Lite, as in the future you can always upgrade the graphics card to play the latest games on max graphics; and it'll also give you time to save up for the parts

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    I would say the regular one over the lite, as others have said the graphics difference is massive, and the cpu is nearly 50% faster also. So if we say, for arguments sake, that the regular is fairly priced, then the lite is quite overpriced.

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    I would say, seeing as how the thread is 2 months old, he has either got the system by now, or won't be getting it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aastii View Post
    I would say, seeing as how the thread is 2 months old, he has either got the system by now, or won't be getting it
    Lol didn't notice that. I replied to it since it popped up in the latest threads

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