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Anonymous
April 23, 2010 10:32:54 PM

hi
i wanted ur help getting some new parts to my pc first of all here is my pc spec
cpu:intel e5200 2.6
ram:D DR2 800 2x2 gb
motherboard:ECS- GF7050VT-M
vga:built in vgs nvidia 7050(fck this VGA)
hard disk:wd 320 GB blue caviar
power supply:250wat
cooler:Intel fan
case:traditional one
note: i am egyption
my problem:my problem express in that while i play games like assasin creed 1 and crysis i feel like playing another games the charc in these games should run i feel like i am a man whos age about 90 and walking
so i asked in Egyptian forum and they told me some things to change like
note:i have 1550 egp=300 usd
proc:D ont change overlock it to 3.4ghz
vga:get ati 5770 or put some extra and get 5830
cooler:i asked about good fan for that over lock no one answered
power supply: a good 500 wat
so just u tell me wht parts really i need to change and i would apreciate it
note prices for the parts they asked
5770:1000egp
power:200 egp

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April 23, 2010 10:54:37 PM

The 5770 is a great upgrade for you, and would be my pick.

A new power supply is also needed, like they said. Make sure its from a reputable brand such as Corsair, Antec, PC Power&Cooling, Seasonic, OCZ. 500w sounds about right.

As far as cooling goes, let us know a few options that are within your budget and we'll help you decide. I'm not too sure how the prices are there but a great brand here is Zalman.

So yeah, new PSU new GPU and a cooler for CPU overclocking and you'll be good to go.
Anonymous
April 24, 2010 9:46:14 AM

so do u think my other will carry all this i dont know i am doubt it wouldrun new gpu or wht
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Anonymous
April 24, 2010 9:47:25 AM

sorry i wrote it wrong i mean my mother board not other
April 24, 2010 8:03:28 PM

Your motherboard has a 16x pcie slot which is all you need. This slot will actually run any graphics card (that isn't the old AGP of course), as long as the power supply is up to the task.

Just make sure you upgrade that PSU along with your GPU and you'll be good to go. :) 
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