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Query::OnBoard X3000 Vs OnBoard 6150

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August 28, 2006 4:28:20 AM

Hi :D 

I was wondering if X3000 really worth buying.
Actually I am a bit new to these things you see.

Also if I purchase X3000 can i get my own Graphic card later to upgrade it if yess which one on a high end side.
August 28, 2006 4:46:49 AM

Quote:
Hi :D 

I was wondering if X3000 really worth buying.
Actually I am a bit new to these things you see.

Also if I purchase X3000 can i get my own Graphic card later to upgrade it if yess which one on a high end side.


wow x3000 that sounds sexy.... but anyway i think you either mean x300 or x1300 the 1300 would b best but i can't really tell you about the other 2 vs each other
August 28, 2006 4:47:43 AM

Quote:
Hi :D 

I was wondering if X3000 really worth buying.
Actually I am a bit new to these things you see.

Also if I purchase X3000 can i get my own Graphic card later to upgrade it if yess which one on a high end side.


also, what mobos are you pickin from?
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August 28, 2006 5:04:46 AM

Quote:
Hi :D 

I was wondering if X3000 really worth buying.
Actually I am a bit new to these things you see.

Also if I purchase X3000 can i get my own Graphic card later to upgrade it if yess which one on a high end side.


wow x3000 that sounds sexy.... but anyway i think you either mean x300 or x1300 the 1300 would b best but i can't really tell you about the other 2 vs each other

x3000, is in GMA X3000, is Intel's soon-to-be-released IGP, which should debut on the 965G. It should be better than Nvidia's 6150 by a decent margin. Whether or not it's worth buying comes down to how much money you have to spend on the mobo, and what cpu you want to use (there is no 6150 IGP made for the Intel platform). The 965G will have a 16X PCIe slot for upgrades.
August 28, 2006 12:23:33 PM

Here is the mobo name P5BVM wht do you say.

Hey I think its released
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