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Is this a decent video card?


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Dinugs

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I want to know if this video card Im considering is decent...


it seems too cheap though.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814130276
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depends on what you want to do.... gaming I'm assuming, but what games do you play?

Edited by UV_Power, 28 March 2006 - 03:04 AM.

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Well...I'm hoping to play Oblivion. It works on my computer...but at low detail (its slow too, but I only have 512 mb of RAM)
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Well...I'm hoping to play Oblivion. It works on my computer...but at low detail (its slow too, but I only have 512 mb of RAM)




That video card wont help much, still on low detail... but it will help a tad more..

More memory is a must for your pc also.

Everyone has there preferences on game playing and settings, average people can play games on low detail fine but for hardcore gamers a more expensive video card the better..

I couldnt stand playing a game on low settings and getting a cheap video card ever again.
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