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256MB GEforce 6200 LE TC 64


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lothiaz

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Hello

I was wondering if the 256MB GEforce 6200 LE TC 64 Graphics card was any good? Reason I ask is, because I'm buying this computer:



Intel Pentium 4 519 Processor

3.0GHz, 533MHz FSB, 1MB Cache

512MB DDR RAM

160GB Hard Disk Drive

Multi-Format Dual Layer DVD-RW Drive

256MB GEforce 6200 LE TC 64 Graphics Card

Built-in TV Tuner + Remote Control

6 USB connections

Microsoft Windows XP Media Center

15" TFT Flat Panel Monitor

I know the card isn't top notch, but I would like it to run Battlefield 2 etc smoothly. I can currently run Battlefield 2 with my ATI Radeon 9500 on medium settings, 800x600. But my current PC can't be upgraded no more (CPU, Ram etc) so the game loads slowly (maps take ages to load). So that is why I'm getting a faster computer which is upgradeable. I'm not a 'resolution [bleep]', because any higher than 1024x768 is no good for me (my eyes you see haha).

So will the card be good and run Battlefield 2 decently for someone on a budget.

Thanks
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afg34

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I dont think it will. It is probably the same or lower performance than the one you have right now.
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