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cool :)

 

cant wait till i get it .............but im wondering wat should i get new ram or new video card :blink:

Some new RAM is gonna allow you to do more things at once and give you some overclocking headroom, but no amount of RAM in the world is gonna make your games any better. If you enjoy gaming, I'd say the video card is the best choice. ;)
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ARRG... i just lost everything i typed :(

anyways just peek here...

Geforce 4 MX: http://www.nvidia.com/page/geforce4mx.html

geforce 4 ti: http://www.nvidia.com/page/geforce4ti.html

FX 5200 ultra: http://www.nvidia.com/page/fx_5200.html

the FX 5200 ultra is better than the MX 460, and has the same memory bandwidth as the TI 4800 (the best geforce 4 card), and also the FX 5200 supports up to 256 MB (i saw one at the store) which is good for the future so you wont need a new card for a while.

Asylum geforce FX 5200: 280 MHz core clock speed

FX 5200 ultra: 325 MHz core, 650 MHz ram

Ti 4600: 300 MHz core, 650 MHz ram

TI 4200: Memory 128MB DDR or 64MB DDR version

Core Clock 250MHz

Memory Clock 500MHz DDR memory for the 64MB version and 444MHz for the 128MB version

Well the FX 5200 ultra beats the TI's :P

New zeland: GeForce FX 5200 Ultra, 128MB DDR, GeForce FX 5200 Ultra, 8XAGP, TV Out, DVI

$256.79

Thats around $165 here, its around $100 cheapest USD, but i dont think they can ship it to NZ...

you could stick with the ti4200 for now since thats cheaper

whats your Power supply wattage?

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