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saxamufone

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Ok well im not very skilled when it comes to the hardware side of computers so I was wandering where my computer would be classed, like low, medium or high performance. Here are the specs

Computer- ACPI Multiprocecssor PC

WinXP
Home edition
Version 2002
SP2

CPU (Dual) pentium 4 2.79Ghz (2.80)
RAM 1Gig
Graphics card Radeon 9200 series
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It depends on what you use your machine for. Gaming, word processing, video editing. They all need different specs to have best performance.

Overall your specs look pretty good for the next few years. I'd give it a medium-high.
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The ram is enough but no speed listed. Cpu speed is fairly low for that cpu series, and gfx is old and slow, its definatley low end.
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Compare those specs with the desktop in my signature and you'll laugh even harder.
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wow my comp cops a chopping :whistling: got ne ideas for a good but not to expensive upgrade for the gfx, im noot looking for a dort cheep get out of jail free card just a mid range upgrade.
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that depends if you have pci or agp. if you have pci the best cards you can get are ati 9250se or nvidia 5500 series. how ever if you have agp then a good card not going all out would be a ati 9800 or nvidia 6600 or 6800 the 6800 is bit pricer.
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low end system :whistling:
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