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jrm20

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I recommend getting a Nvidia Geforce in the 6000 series if your going to be getting into gaming. The 6600 gt with 256 mb and agp 4x/8x will run you around $234.00. http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814150096

I would really recommend a 6800 gt but your cpu would be a bottleneck and for the latest games like Farcry,Doom3,Half life 2 you might want to upgrade your processor and motherboard soon or get a new faster pc.

If you dont want to upgrade your pc right now then the 6600 gt i listed will be fine or a radeon X800 or above.


Any more questions just ask me.
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Thanks, you've been a great help. I will probably go with the GeForce 6600 GT for now until I am ready to get a new PC. :tazz:
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Yeah no problem any time man.
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just letting you know that 6600 gt doesnt have a tv tuner. I hardly ever see one with a tv tuner in a combo package. If you want a tv tuner buy a seperate tv tuner card that goes into one of your pci slots.
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