Does the G620 have graphics on the processor the way the i3's do?
If it does you might as well use that instead of the X1950 which is going to be louder , hotter and use more power for no advantage
Yeah it does, I forgot about that. I mean I had this X1950 just sitting here, so I thought I could just install it anyway and have it help pick up a bit of the slack, maybe for video players that support hardware acceleration or something. But I suppose with the built in graphics of the G620, it won't really be necessary.
Why not get an i3-2105 instead? It has Intel HD 3000. I think that would be better.
That's twice the price of the G620, and I want to keep it as cheap as possible. As I said, the most demanding thing this system will need to do is play HD videos with no lag. No gaming or anything like that will be happening, so the G620 will be sufficient for my needs.