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nvidea or ati for gaming?


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Simondo

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Hello,

Im in the process of getting a new PC.

Which would be the best gfx card to suit my gaming needs?

nVidea or ATI?

Thanks,

Simondo

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Neil Jones

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Who's Nvidea?

I think you mean Nvidia :D

Your requirements vary on what you want to do with the machine and also in your case what you mean by "gaming needs". Which games specifically? What PC are you getting?
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Heya.

Haha nvidea is moisturising cream, isnt it?

Oh well at least you got my drift.. :D

I was looking at this - http://www.overclock...id=1270&subcat=

But with the 40gb drive, memory upgrade and w7 Premium.

I told my friend who works in IT and he said not to get it, we could build one similar for cheaper and with nvidia because its better.

I just wanted a second opiniun because I dont want to have to wait 2 weeks to build it if this is a really good deal and a computer that can run all the latest games with ease.

Thanks
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