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Video Card/Processor upgrade


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1geek1

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I just need some tip to get my video card running the games I want to play and the processor to run fast enough just to play games like Call of Duty MWF2.
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2 things I upgraded
4gb RAM
750HDD

I do want to upgrade my desktop to its max and so I can upgrade the OS to Window 7 and play games. I just purchase Window 7 but haven't tested it yet, not even open. I only tested the games and it wasn't like I expected. So I just want to upgrade to a better video card and a processor at least closer to 3GHz.
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Your link doesn't work. What are you linking to? What are your spes?
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Your link doesn't work. What are you linking to? What are your spes?



Sorry, hopefully this one work. This is the spec of my motherboard.
http://h10025.www1.h...product=3204844

Edited by 1geek1, 29 January 2010 - 02:56 PM.

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Upgradability for the processor is non existent as they don't make those processors any longer.
Realistically the machine is four years old. Four years in computing effectively makes it obsolete.
Personally I don't think it's worth upgrading any further. However the memory you have in that computer you cannot use in a new system as it's a different type.
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Haha alright thanks! I'll probably purchase a new pc then? any good motherboard below $100?
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