how can i turn my acer aspire xc 830 i need answers ASAP.

YourbestfriendYourbestfriend Member Posts: 8 New User
how can i turn my acer aspire xc 830 into a gaming pc? Give me tips and good parts for this desktop pc to turn it into a gaming pc.

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  • AnhEZ28AnhEZ28 Member Posts: 599 Seasoned Specialist
    You can upgrade with a GT1030 and 8GB of RAM dual-channel.
  • YourbestfriendYourbestfriend Member Posts: 8 New User
    whjat else can i do cpu wise

  • AnhEZ28AnhEZ28 Member Posts: 599 Seasoned Specialist
    The cpu is soldered so you can't upgrade it.
  • YourbestfriendYourbestfriend Member Posts: 8 New User
    ok thanks.


  • StevenGenStevenGen ACE Posts: 2,339 Pathfinder
    how can i turn my acer aspire xc 830 into a gaming pc? Give me tips and good parts for this desktop pc to turn it into a gaming pc.

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    The XC-830 is an Acer type desktop that is pretty restricted to upgrades, you can upgrade the memory and disk drives but that is as far as I would go. The power supply is restricted and the mobo is also specific to these models. You would be much better off getting and/or building a proper gaming platform from scratch. 


  • YourbestfriendYourbestfriend Member Posts: 8 New User
    can i put a geforce gt 1030 in it

  • billseybillsey ACE Posts: 18,951 Trailblazer
    Very likely, no. The XC-830 came with a 65W power adapter and the XC-830G came with a 90W power adapter. The difference between those two is what was available for powering the GPU. A GT 1030 uses more than 25W of power, so will in all likelihood not work, even if you switch to the larger supply.
    Click on "Like" if you find my answer useful or click on "Yes" if it answers your question.
  • tttttttttt Member Posts: 994 Seasoned Specialist
    @Yourbestfriend

    Your PC was not designed to be a gaming machine. Even if you stretch to the hardware limits, you will still be unhappy with its performance for games, particularly the modern high demanding games. I would suggest saving up the money and get a new and decent gaming machine. Probably something close to USD $800-$1000 range. If you can build PC yourself, maybe you can cut the cost by $100 or so.
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