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racinmason001

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-OK- I just upgraded from a nvidia geforce 2 128MB by pny technologies to a geforce FX5500 256MB DDR overclocked by BFG Tech and I would like to know if this was a good upgrade or not because some of my games are now stopping in the middle of game play for about 5-10 seconds then they start again.I just put in a memory upgrade chip by kingston technology it reads 512 MB DDR so my comp specs now are Intel Celeron 2.70 Ghz processor 768MB of ram nvidia graphics card Geforce FX5500 O.C. 256 DDR I'm trying to play axis & allies, Act of War:Direct Action,Dungeon siege II,Rise of Nations,and Stronghold 2 Should I have any problems playing these games.And what does Overclocked mean?????????????
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....you need a new processor the celeron isnt such a good gaming chip
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What kind of processor would I need To get and how do I know if it is compatible with my Cpu? Also how much would it cost????? How do I install it??????
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