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  1. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    Default Need help quick!

    OK im just about to purchase my new video card and i just want to ask if the nvidia 8600gt-256mb-ddr3-128 bit is sufficient??
    TKS GUYS!!APPRECIATE IT


  2. -Dell- is offline Formerly known as MR-E46
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    Yeah.

  3. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    is the GDU or whatever fast enough?really sorry for being so longwinded but im really a noob to hardware..hmmm a 8600gts..is it better than the 8600gt? there is one for sale at my place and im wondering what to get.tks guys

  4. S71NG3R is offline Car Aficianado
     
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    Here is a review of the 8600GT things don't look good http://legionhardware.com/document.php?id=637
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  5. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    hmmm so the 7600 is better?

  6. S71NG3R is offline Car Aficianado
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by MARK1992 »
    hmmm so the 7600 is better?
    Looks like it for older games but when DirectX10 is out it will be better. Also the drivers are still not optimised so that will make a difference.

    From other reviews it looks like the XFX GeFORCE 8800 GTS XXX 320MB is the best buy for price and performance. If you need a next gen card now this is the one to get.

    Here is a review http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Ha..._8800_gts_320/
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  7. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    too ex too ex!!haha my budget is arnd SGD$200 MAX
    but tks anyway

  8. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    and a 3.2 ghz processor would do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARK1992 »
    and a 3.2 ghz processor would do?
    Yes that should be ok.
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  10. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    Damn I Still Cant Find A Video Card!!!

  11. -Dell- is offline Formerly known as MR-E46
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    How much RAM you got btw?

  12. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    i will be getting an extra 2 sticks of 1gb ram i currently hav a 512 stick in my com so that makes a total of 2.5gb ram PLEASE TELL ME ITS ENOUGH!!

  13. -Dell- is offline Formerly known as MR-E46
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    Minimum 512MB recommended 1GB, relax

  14. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    haha okok now just to MY GRAPHICS CARD!

  15. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    Ahhhh!!now People Say The 7900 Is Good!!im In A Dillema!!

  16. tigacatch is offline The tiggs factor
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    Default The choice is yours

    Just read your post and I thought I would add to your confusion.
    I would definetly go for the 8800 gts 320mb and even overclock it a little bit.
    It will handle TDU and also will see you nicely into to the new era of DX10 games.
    If I am not mistaken the 7900 does not support DX10 and is also based on an older GPU too.

    Do not make the mistake of buying a card that will be walking with the dinosaurs soon.
    First expected games for DX10 should start appearing in second half of this year.
    Why do you think ati is keeping it cool ??


    The Tiga

  17. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    still in a dilemma...7600gt or a 8600gts??

  18. -Dell- is offline Formerly known as MR-E46
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    Go 8600 I reckon. Help you in the longshot.

  19. TDU 505 is offline Clinically Insane
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    but lots of reviews say its slower than the 7600. will it affect playing?

  20. -Dell- is offline Formerly known as MR-E46
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    I've got a 7600GT now, bought it less than two weeks ago. I already know that I'm gonna have to update soon enough anyway, what with dx10 and all these high-class computer games coming out. It's not like it's going to affect it too much, you still have a whole lot better graphics and higher FPS. The weird thing about my 7600GT is that the graphics are kind of blotchy, not sure if it's because my resolution is too big or something else, it's on high details. So yeah probably better to go all out as soon as possible.


 

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