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Discussion in 'Games' started by WELSHYx, Apr 17, 2010.

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  1. WELSHYx

    WELSHYx Thread Starter

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    Okay so i have an old desktop in my study gathering dust we got it back in 2005.

    it has a fairly powerfull CPU of i think 2.4Ghz at

    But alot of it will need upgrading i just wanted to know :

    What Graphics Cards will work with it i think the RAM is DDR2 ?

    If i say get a 9800 or 8800 what PSU will i need to upgrade 2 ?

    Failing that could some recommend a budget PC Cable of running Fallout 3 At Mid/High Settings...
     
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    A 5 year-old computer is seriously outdated. A computer's processing power is more than just a Ghz number. It's also the processor architecture. I also doubt the motherboard supports any modern graphics card. It's probably not worth upgrading.
     
  3. WELSHYx

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    Gah okay well i guess i might recycle the parts that can be re-used and get building
     
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