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  1. #16
    ditto....see sig...

    with my xmas bonus picking up a 9800np and 2 more 256mb hyperx stix.
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    See my sig as well. Mostly I use the Alienware Laptop, but the desktop does the job as well. My games of choice right now are Blackhawk Down and Battlefield 1942.

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    Originally posted by ELF2000
    See my very unimpressive sig!!! but it does the job.
    *** for playing games like Doom 3 and Halo 2 probably not.
    Lol you have a point there but il wait untill those games come out and then il upgrade i think.
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    see sig

    love this video card, I have no problems playing anything, it's just not as pretty, but for being my first computer and from switching from console it's still way better graphically so It's not a big deal at least until I get a better vid card.
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    Originally posted by ELF2000
    See my very unimpressive sig!!! but it does the job.
    *** for playing games like Doom 3 and Halo 2 probably not.
    You should really look at getting a better video card. The tnt 2 m64 is pretty weak. Even just stepping up to a gf4 mx would give you a huge boost in speed albiet not enough for doom 3. I don't think any video card with a 900mhz cpu would be good enough to run doom 3 well.
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    Originally posted by nodnod


    You should really look at getting a better video card. The tnt 2 m64 is pretty weak. Even just stepping up to a gf4 mx would give you a huge boost in speed albiet not enough for doom 3. I don't think any video card with a 900mhz cpu would be good enough to run doom 3 well.
    I thought that might be the case.
    I do plan to upgrade my chip, motherboard, ram and video card but a few bills arrived. Once they are paid I will start shopping around for computer parts.
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    Ditto again..... see sig.

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    mines pathetic
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    Originally posted by AMDs-PoOp
    mines pathetic
    yours is pathetic???
    mines even worse
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