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    Quote Originally Posted by onewecallgod

    what kind of games do you play? looks like you should get more ram too, 256mb really isnt cutting it anymore.
    Umm... I won't use it only for gaming. I'll use it for 3D modeling and NURBS aaaaaaand... Pixel Shading feature. The MX does not support Pixel Shading effect. And it's a good idea to improve RAM a little...

    Quote Originally Posted by Neco

    Especially if you have windows XP.

    If you are into gaming on your PC and play the latest games I reccomend at least 768MB of ram for Windows XP. 512 will give you overall smooth play and decent loading speed, people say go for one gig or bust, but I have found 768 to be a pleasing comprimise
    I have Windows XP SP1 and 256 MB of RAM. Maybe I'll reach the 1 GB of RAM

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    OK people, I've finally bought it. It was the easiest and fastest I could find. I've tested it and it's wayyyyy cool!!!

    The one I bought is: RX9200SE (MSI with ATI Radeon 9200SE, 128 MB DDR 8X AGP support and TV-Out)

    I'm satisfied! Finally I got rid of that onboard shit

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    still a shitty card, but whatever, if you dont play games it should be fine
    I hate all of you, especially donkeyknob.

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    you are a douche

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    Quote Originally Posted by onewecallgod
    still a shitty card, but whatever, if you dont play games it should be fine
    I'd have bought the 9600 XT or 9800 Pro if it were for gaming, but I'm now happy that the On-board nightmare has come to it's end

    Maybe shitty but it's OK for me...
    Last edited by Jale; January 18th, 2005 at 20:32.

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    Old Graphic Card, but still manage to play latest games on low res.
    So, how fast is it by the time you played half-life 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by montpics
    Old Graphic Card, but still manage to play latest games on low res.
    So, how fast is it by the time you played half-life 2?
    At 640x480x16 without anti-aliasing suprases the 60 fps And wow! cool water reflections

    I don't care about highest res.

    By the way, I could't even play Midtown Madness 2 on my shitty on-board. It crashes everytime I run it But now, I can
    Last edited by Jale; January 19th, 2005 at 16:48.

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    Midtown Madness 2, pretty old game but it seemed you able to play the game finally.


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    Quote Originally Posted by montpics
    Midtown Madness 2, pretty old game but it seemed you able to play the game finally.
    And I couldn't run AutoCAD before. And now, holy shit!

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    Funny, how many games/softwares that are not worked in your PC previously.


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