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Old 10-06-2008, 10:41 AM   #17
Yar-El
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Originally Posted by Astrotoy7 View Post
yup, save yourself some money. I would focus entirely on a nice new graphics card for the moment Your CPU and RAM will be able to 'keep on keepin on' at that rez for a while yet.

What's your price range? Seeing youre leaning towards nvidia, a 9600GT or 8800GT is a good starting point, and then work your way up depending on how much cash you want to part with, factoring in a probable PSU upgrade if you go for one of the beefier cards. I'd daresay you may not need one if you stayed with a card with a single slot/fan cooler(like the ones above)

mtfbwya
I'm going to give it a shot with upgrading the graphics card and power supply pack. I maxed out the RAM when I first bought the computer. I like the specs on nVidia's 9600 GT. Do you have any suggestions on a power supply upgrade?

Thank you kindly,
Yar-El
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