Im intrested i have Pentium Dual Core 3.2 GHz with 1 Gb RAM (667MHz) im curious about how much difference will be in games (FPS) compared with some Core2Duo 2.66 GHz, 2Gb RAM (800MHz) with the same graphic card. I have GeForce 7300GT DDR2 256 MB. Thx
I doubt that a 8500GT would give you a big boost if any. The 8500GT just isn't designed for gaming on any level. You're probably better off saving that $80 for something more useful. Not that its a bad card, for everyday tasks and DVD and some HD playback is fine.
If you wanted to get a video card that will allow you play some older games like Counter Strike: Source and you're on a tight budget, a 2600pro might be a good way to go.
So it really depends on what type of games your going to be playing and at what resolution. But as I said before 7300GT and the 8500GT, gaming really isn't its focus.
Yeah... Well here most computers has those graphic cards and im not planing to buy 8500 bcz here ppl dont want to spend more money on some good graphic cards. 7300GT is handing pretty good in some games like NFS MW, FEAR or Quake 4 with 50-60FPS on 1024x768 with details some on high some on medium
Just one question. Is computer configureation (prossesor and ram) are VERY important for high FPS on games ? Thx
The processor and ram do matter to some extent, but the GPU is the most important part to gaming. I was able to play Oblivion on mostly high @ 1024x768 with decent FPS on an Athlon XP 3200+ with 1GB of ram using a 6800GT. When I used my mom's laptop, Core 2 Duo T7200, 2GB of RAM with a 6150, it'd barely run at all.