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My cousins P3 can play games fine @ lowest settings too. So I believe ya man

And good job on running those games +rep
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"Can we start a collection around here to get this guy a newer computer? We all probably have parts laying around that he could pay to have us ship to him."

"It would be like that old story about the guy with the Stone soup. He came to town with a stone in a pot full of hot water. The villagers felt sorry for him so they all put in a carrot or a potato, whatever they had laying around, soon it was a mighty stew. And he shared it with everyone. And it was good."

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I'll sell this guy a 7800gt. Its a good card, evga pci express. He'll need a board, processer, DDR ram, and at least a 300 watt psw.
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eviloverclocker, please listen alright. I already said like so many times that i am buying a secondary computer to play whatever games that i own now that i cant play real good, on that computer, ok.

This computer is my main computer, and all i was doing is just testing out " some of the new games to see could i play it, thats it ". The only new game which i can play with ease is timeshift. Shocking, the game runs pretty good and fast on this rig.

I will let you guys know when i buy my secondary computer. I also will not buy a new card for that computer until i get good opinions/views on what to buy, but i am buying a Geforce card.
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I'll sell this guy a 7800gt. Its a good card, evga pci express. He'll need a board, processer, DDR ram, and at least a 300 watt psw.
He was being sarcastic. Besides, Legendary said he was going to purchase a new desktop.
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hahah.. HEY YOU.. YOUR A LIAR. I BET YOU DONT HAVE THAT RIG.. I BET YOU MADE IT UP.. So in order to prove us wrong Wee need pics of your rig and CPU-Z Shots.
please don't double post.
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Legendary - you really shouldn't buy a new rig from Gateway. For the same $$ you could probably build one that would knock the drive bay covers off a Gateway.

The only foctory pre-fab PC I'll ever buy would be a laptop. Even then, I've built a couple barebone lappy's in my day.

NEVER give $$ to GATEWAY/ DELL/ HP/ EMACHINES/ etc.

Only exception is IBM, as Thinkpads are excellent pieces of machinery.
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eviloverclocker, please listen alright. I already said like so many times that i am buying a secondary computer to play whatever games that i own now that i cant play real good, on that computer, ok.

This computer is my main computer, and all i was doing is just testing out " some of the new games to see could i play it, thats it ". The only new game which i can play with ease is timeshift. Shocking, the game runs pretty good and fast on this rig.

I will let you guys know when i buy my secondary computer. I also will not buy a new card for that computer until i get good opinions/views on what to buy, but i am buying a Geforce card.
Buy the 9600GT if your on a budget. Its an amazing card for the price and can be bought for only $110. If you want to spend even less than $100 than I would go with the 8600GT.
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I trust gateway, and i'm sticking with that. This computer which i am using has been running perfectly without any problems for years, and the 90PSU has been working just the same as i bought it.

Anyway, i seen this card in the store:



It was on sale for only 89 dollars couple weeks ago, something about a massive blowout sale. The card is huge, i wish there was a PCI version lolz.
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You saw a HD3870 for $89?
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Legendary - you really shouldn't buy a new rig from Gateway. For the same $$ you could probably build one that would knock the drive bay covers off a Gateway.

The only foctory pre-fab PC I'll ever buy would be a laptop. Even then, I've built a couple barebone lappy's in my day.

NEVER give $$ to GATEWAY/ DELL/ HP/ EMACHINES/ etc.

Only exception is IBM, as Thinkpads are excellent pieces of machinery.
I concur, I'd never waste money on a pre-built desktop. You can build a better quality one for cheaper.

As for DELL and HP notebooks, they aren't as bad as you think they are. In fact, they're quite popular among the average consumers because of reliability and great customer support.

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I trust gateway, and i'm sticking with that. This computer which i am using has been running perfectly without any problems for years, and the 90PSU has been working just the same as i bought it.

Anyway, i seen this card in the store:



It was on sale for only 89 dollars couple weeks ago, something about a massive blowout sale. The card is huge, i wish there was a PCI version lolz.
Don't hold out on us! You should have posted in the Deal Section. That is of course if you did see a 3870 for $89.
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