Sounds like an excellent gaming setup to me. I'd advise getting at least a GF2 Ultra. If that's out of your price range, I'd advise dropping the CPU down to 1GHz, to free up some of your budget for the video card. Your video card will make much more difference than your CPU speed.
Plus, 1GHz T-birds with AXIA and AYHJA steppings seem to be 1.4GHz T-birds in disguise. :wink:
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Yeah, for gaming the video card is the main consideration these days. A GeForce2 Ultra is a good route to go.
Or, if it's a system that isn't likely to be updated in a long time, spending the extra for a GeForce3 would be a good investment because it has features that have yet to be included in other video cards and they're bound to be used in future games constantly.
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Sorry, posts like these anoy me. People just want to show off wht they are buying. "Hey guys, I was wondering if my ram is good enough, here is my specs" and then they show you all top of the line stuff.. BAH! I need to goto bed...
as for the vid card, I just picked up an elsa gladiac920 GEFORCE 3 FOR 369 bucks, free shipping too , AWESOME!
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June 16, 2001 9:29:14 PM
I agree with bigpete591.
What difference will it make especially when the parts have already been bought???
Oh yeah, bigpete, I like your <i>fine</i> ass!! :tongue:
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June 16, 2001 10:09:58 PM
Why do you ask if you've already made up your mind? A little confirmation? What if everybody had said your rig sucked?
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