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Whaddya think of my computer...

by HKPK_2005 / November 1, 2005 8:22 AM PST

Here are tha specs...

AMD Anthlon XP 2400+ (2.0 Ghz.)
640 Mb. PC-2100 RAM
160 Gb. Maxtor Diamond Max 9 hard drive
ATI Radeon 9800Pro
2 Plextor DVD Burners
250 Watt Power Supply
MSI MS-2003 Motherboard

All I do is gaming, so tell me if I'm armed for that...

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probably not for gaming
by nerdyboy1234 / November 1, 2005 11:59 AM PST

it'll do okay for some new games but at medium settings.

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If you motherboard can support, maybe PC3200 ram
by damasta55r / November 1, 2005 1:08 PM PST

1GB (2x512)sticks. ANd with those specs, maybe medium settings for some games?

ROger

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Depends on what games, and how pretty you need them to be.
by CliffnMichelle / November 2, 2005 6:50 AM PST

I ran a very similar system, a Emachines T2200SE with some upgrades to a AMD Athlon XP 2400+ like yours, with a full gig 512 X 2 of PC2100, with a Radeon 9800 pro 128 MB video card. That was a decent set up, ran UT2004 fairly well, on high settings 1024X768 I constantly go about 45 FPS, Half Life 2 ran ok, high settings, constantly over 30 FPS, no AA or AF on that game though, just std triliniar filters, but it still looked nice. Doom 3 and Far Cry could only run at medium quality settings at about 800X600 if you wanted to run about 30 FPS. By the way, a full gig of ram realy seemed to aid to shorten the load times in all of the newer games.

Its a decent little gaming set up, not hard core, but serviceable. You may have to set up some of the newer games to run in medium vs. high settings, and maybe at a max of 800X600, but at the end of the day, that still looks better than any current gen console game does.

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(NT) (NT) Not in the next 20 days. XBOX 360. WOOT!
by damasta55r / November 2, 2005 1:05 PM PST
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