Old pc was Dell dimension 2400, intel pentium 4, 3.06ghz, 1024ram.
I was looking at Dell Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8200 processor (2.66GHz, 1333MHz, 6MB cache 4096 ram.
IS this a good replacement?
Thanks so much in advance.
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It seems with both nvidia and ATI's numbering history, any card below the x6xx series from any generation is not a good gaming card. The number in the 100's place is the key, and any card with a number lower than 6 should be avoided.
I.E. the nvidia 6600gt, the 5900Ultra and 7800gt would be good cards
the 6200, the 8300 and the 7300 would be crap.
For ATI, x1600xt, the x850pt, x2900xt would be good, the x1300, x300 and x2400 would be crap.
It's pretty much that simple.
Edited by happyrck, 19 March 2008 - 06:14 PM.
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