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Old 10-14-2005, 07:49 PM   #11
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http://www.computerforums.org/showthread.php?t=23423 eh?
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Old 10-14-2005, 09:11 PM   #12
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maybe not... i have an hp myself.. and the tower is very small.. like nothing fits in there.. make sure ur tower isnt cramped like my hp so all these things will fit make sure you get a v-card according to ur mobo type.. agp / pci e :P, looking at ur current video card.. it looks like an agp
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dont forget most power supply's come in 20 pin instead of the typical AMD mobo which uses 24 pin connector. u may have to buy an adapter
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dont forget most power supply's come in 20 pin instead of the typical AMD mobo which uses 24 pin connector. u may have to buy an adapter
Im using this PSU right now and it has the adapter
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good to know...now go ahead and buy it all
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Your CPU is wonderful. It will run any game without a hitch. My suggestion is this. A geforce 6800 GT, then a extra stick of ram. Find out the CL on your current ram. And your computer will be fine.That will play BF2 but its not that great.You will exp heavy lag. I got a geforce 6600 GT 1 GIG ram AMd 3200 very nice. I even load the game faster then my friends, who has a intel 3.0 Ghz, 1 GB ram, fercoe 6600 GT
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