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racinmason001

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I just bought a new hewlitt packard with a pentium d 930 cpu and it came with a nvidia geforce 7300le is this card any good? And what could I upgrade to if its not any good. Thanks a bunch for your replies.
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Unless you are really into playing games the card will probably do everything you want it to. Heres your spec's compared to a Evga 7600 GT card that costs $170.

7300

Engine Clock: 450 MHz
Memory size 128MB DDR2
Memory Clock: 648 MHz
RAMDAC: 400MHz
Max. Resolution: 2048 x 1536

Evga 7600GT

Engine clock 580MHz
Memory Size 256MB
Memory Clock 1500MHz
RAMDAC 400 MHz
Max Resolution 2048x1536@85Hz

So your slightly better than a 6800 card but not quite to a 7600 card. Your card sells for around $60-70. I might even buy one if i didnt want to do online games.

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Thanks for the reply I went out yesterday and got an nvidia geforce 7600gt oc it was about $219.00 I am in to playing alot of games so I just went out and did it. Thanks for the info though it is much appreciated.
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