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Hello this is my first thread on this site. I was wondering to everyone out there, what is my GTX260M 1GB GDDR3 graphics card capable of, i run at resolutions of either 1. 1366x768 OR 2. 1360x768. Remember my cpu is usually overclocked to 2.5GHZ through FSB. I run games maxed out usually with decent frames. Sims 3 usually kind of bogs down though it can get as low as 30fps or lower at times, but that game isn't supposed to be that demanding I heard, and what would you compare my card to, an 8800GT, or a 9800GT? I see a lot of mixed reviews with it

so tell me, am i good for awhile with games, or not?
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first of all welcome to overclock.net

card is probaby better than 9800gt
but yeah, its like getting old now. maynot be able to play many games (on max i say) thats going to come out in 2011.
you should be ok with med settings

the cpu is what bothers most, its a dual core, pretty old one..

all in all, if you want to play newest games in very good settings, you might want to think about a new pc.
    
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first of all welcome to overclock.net

card is probaby better than 9800gt
but yeah, its like getting old now. maynot be able to play many games (on max i say) thats going to come out in 2011.
you should be ok with med settings

the cpu is what bothers most, its a dual core, pretty old one..

all in all, if you want to play newest games in very good settings, you might want to think about a new pc.

But what about Sims 3 why do you think it bogs so bad I thought the game wasnt that hard to run especially on such a low res
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well isnt the 260m in notebooks and laptops so it not a real PC?
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well isnt the 260m in notebooks and laptops so it not a real PC?

It is a laptop, but specifically for gaming and as the person above said the card seems to be more superior than a 9800GT
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