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I am looking to buy a new computer.

This is what I have in mind
Intel® Core 2 Duo E6320 CPU
ASUS nForce 650i SLI chipset
DDR-2 PCI-Express MB
1024 MB DDR2-800 Memory
SATA-II 320GB 7200 RPM HDD
18X DL DVD±R/±RW
16X DVD-ROM
320MB GeForce 8800GTS PCI-E Video Card
Logitech X-540 5.1 Surround
Speaker System
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premiumn mind.

I want to play Vanguard without the glitches and lags that my present computer has:
Present computer is a Hp 2.6g, 1.5Ram, Radeon 850x agp video card

Well? Opinions without popping me on the head? :lol:
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  1. I don't usually do this, but I just happen to be in the C2D market myself. After extensive research and thinking I decided to go w/ a P35 motherboard. Why?

    It's Penryn ready (FSB1333)

    Newegg has a great deal on a MSI P35 here.

    Why get a i650 or i965/975 when you get a P35 for a few bucks more? It just makes sense. That way when Penryn hits all you'll probably have to do is a BIOS flash. Beats replacing a whole mobo.
  2. Oh... one quick question:

    what's w/ the dual DVD drives? If ur gonna go dual you might as well go w/ dual burners. Know what I mean?

    And one more suggestion: get more RAM! 2GB minimum if you're gaming. Right now Vista is eating 1175MB of my memory... that leaves my games with only 800MB. Imagine the situation w/ 1GB.
  3. Quote:
    I am looking to buy a new computer.

    This is what I have in mind
    Intel® Core 2 Duo E6320 CPU
    ASUS nForce 650i SLI chipset
    DDR-2 PCI-Express MB
    1024 MB DDR2-800 Memory
    SATA-II 320GB 7200 RPM HDD
    18X DL DVD±R/±RW
    16X DVD-ROM
    320MB GeForce 8800GTS PCI-E Video Card
    Logitech X-540 5.1 Surround
    Speaker System
    Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premiumn mind.

    I want to play Vanguard without the glitches and lags that my present computer has:
    Present computer is a Hp 2.6g, 1.5Ram, Radeon 850x agp video card

    Well? Opinions without popping me on the head? :lol:

    I would suggest you getting another 1Gb of memory, totaling 2GB. You'll see major improvements in running Vista.
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