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Is this a good computer?


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rman1788

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Processor: Intel P4 3.6HGz (800FSB) CPU with Hyper Threading
CPU Fan: P4 Heavy Duty Cooling Fan With Heat Sink
Motherboard: ECS PT880PRO-A 800FSB (up to 4.2GHz support)
Memory: 2GB DDR2 533 PC4200 DUAL CHANNEL RAM
Video Card: GeForce 7300GS 256MB 16xPCI Express video with TV out
Hard drive: 300GB 7200RPM UDMA-150 SATA
CD drive: 16x DVD +RW/-RW drive (DVD-burner drive)
Sound: AC 97 6 channel 5.1 Full duplex digital sound
Network: 10/100 RJ45 onboard network (Ethernet, cable or DSL)
Ports: Six USB 2.0 ports,1 serial, 1 parallel, 1 microphone jack
Case: Black Neon Mid Tower 450w power supply (front USB)

Is this good for playing the new type games?

Edited by rman1788, 11 June 2006 - 06:30 PM.

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Everything is fine except the graphics card an the motherboard. get at least geforce 7600GT with 256MB. by my opinion ECS are slow motherboard. Get ASUS,MSI or ABIT.
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But do you think Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter will work smoothly on this computer?
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I have no clue when it comes to video cards from nVidia but on my specs below Advanced Warfighter runs relatively smooth (I have to turn some of the extras down) but it's still fun GR.
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wat kind of Graphic Card you have?
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He stated his video card, rman.

Video Card: GeForce 7300GS 256MB 16xPCI Express video with TV out


You could use a better one, as member stated but you're probably fine for GRAW.
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GRAW is fairly intensive but its not to nad a 7300 is prettly low end though, you might save money going AMD, but you will save even more waiting till the end of july to get your pc.
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