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haramrit

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i have a intel original motherboard 915 GAV ,P4 2.8 processor ,160 GB SATA hard disk , 1 GB of RAM. I would like to purchase PCI express card .Kindly tell me which one is better. costing at the lower end and should be the latest version.
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I used to have the Powercolor X800 XL which is now lying in its box because I upgraded to Powercolor X1900 XT.
Basically when I bought this card it cost £250 now its around £120.

The X800XL core packs in approximately 160 million transistors, 16 pixel pipelines, 6 vertex processors, 110nm manufacturing process, 256MB 256-bit video memory, 400MHz core, and 980MHz memory clock.

Plays Call Of duty 2 with 22 average FPS on low to medium settings which is quite a bit.

If you want I can sell you mine (its around 10 months used not very often and has not ever been overclocked) or you could buy a new one up to you.

You get HD, Avivo, SmartShader HD, SmoothVision HD, 3Dc, Hyper Z HD, VideoShader HD.
All the cables needed for connecting to a HDTV and adapters for VGA screens (It is a dual DVI output card).

If you want mine ill sell it for £75- £90 or get a brand new one or wait for others to reply to see what they say.

It is completley dependant on what you use your system for (I use mine primarily for gaming).
I would advise you to get this one so you do not need to upgrade too soon ( and its not because I want ot sell it I actually just thought of selling it!!).

Your system specs are in a somewhat similar spec as mine. 160 GB HD P4 3.0GHz.....

Edited by Mitesh, 18 June 2006 - 12:44 PM.

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