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Thread: Old cpu new videocard?
12-15-04, 03:36 AM #1
Old cpu new videocard?
Got an Abit KT7-Raid = T-bird1000/ Gainward Ti4200 and only sdram memoy is there any point at all to spend more mony on a new videocard or do I have to run for just a brand new system.....
12-15-04, 04:10 AM #2
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Go for a new system.My Gaming Rig
CPU: Intel Core i7 4790K 4.6GHz 1.25v Cooling: Coolermaster Hyper 212+ Dual Fans (push/pull) Motherboard: ASUS Z97-AR Memory: Samsung (Green) 8GB DDR3 2133MHz 1.5v GPU: ASUS GTX570 DirectCU 1280MB Display: ASUS VS239 Storage: Crucial MX100 256GB SSD - Western Digital Black 1TB
12-15-04, 09:34 AM #3
Most of the new videocards have a faster processor than your CPU if you're using a 1ghz....it doesn't get much more imbalanced than that.
You can get the same video card, processor, MoBo, and memory thats in my sig for about $700. Just port your hard drives over and be done with it.SAGER/CLEVO Laptop: SHIVA
i7 740 at stock speeds
ATI 5870 Radeon at stock speeds
320 GB HDD@7200 RPM/160GB in bay 2
(I highly recommend these cases. Easy to maintain and upgrade as a desktop)
12-15-04, 10:47 AM #4
Yea start with getting a new cpu/mem/mobo. Keep youre ti4200, then when you have morem oney buy a new video card. Getting a new video card with what you will more then bottleneck the thing, like said above they have video cards where the memory is faster then the cpu in ur system.
12-15-04, 11:18 AM #5
Thank u all - I think I got the message. No more savings around here I'll upgrade as son as possible. Let's see what Santa Claus are up to.......
By the way I fotgott to tell I've just order a brand new Joystick from Saitec X-52 at lest that's something to own...or?
Last edited by Earp; 12-15-04 at 11:26 AM.
12-15-04, 11:31 AM #6
I personlly dont like joysticks but that looks sweet
12-15-04, 11:34 AM #7
Originally Posted by Earp
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