At 4/21/07 09:52 PM, Fyndir wrote:
At 4/21/07 09:12 PM, Genocide wrote:
I won't be knowing my final specs until later this month, so it would be useless to throw them at you. All i know for sure is that my processor is 2.7 ghz non overclocked.So you don't know what computer you're getting, but you're asking for advice on upgrading it already?
I don't understand what you wanted from this thread.
And the 7600GS is a good move, i don't have 200-300 dollars to spend on a 7800-7900 that will be out of date next month.You clearly don't understand how the hardware market works. You buy something new and good and in a few months it may not be the best anymore, but it'll still be enough to play the games you want to play. If you buy good hardware it usually lasts you for years before you actually NEED to upgrade in order to play the new games. Buying something like the 7600 is a waste of money because it will become useless much faster. =/
I am UPGRADING this PC, not buying a new one. And the 7600GS IS a good move, because it DOES play the games i want to. And you havent been in the graphic card buisness for a while have you? You buy a graphics card, 6 months later a new direct x 10 card comes out wich new games require to play, you buy the card, and repeat 6 months later. It IS the cycle of life. This card fits the current cryteria and pulls off over 60FPS on quake 4 and farcry, etc. Plus, its only 100 dollars as opposed to the 200-300 of other cards. I have done my research on this one, and it comes out to the best solution.