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Well since you sound like you eventually will build a new pc something along the lines of a 6200 or a x700 will do you fine for now. I in all honestly cannot think what the dell people are sokin but unless they have a modified bios runnin on there boards which would be a very unusual thing to do it should be fine. You should have asked her why.
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yes it would do for a good while. I've had the same computer for 3 years and it's only now starting to really show it's age a little bit - but it can run most modern games without any problems.
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she just said that it would not work on my motherboard but my pc is only a year or so old so i find that confusing. i need my pc to be able to handle the new wave of games coming out tho so im not sure
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I honestly think they are talking [bleep]. Dell use generic parts but even they are nt configured to limit gfx memory. Again i would ask them for a reason specifically, that way we can tell you for sure wether they are talking crap.
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ok i will thanks, ill get back to you..
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