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3d error show while running most of modern games/ AGP upgradation

P4- 1.7 GHz - 512Mb RDRAM - Nvidia TNT2 (64) installed.
Most of the new games do not run because of older AGP card/ non availability of 3D graphics card. Please suggest suitable AGP/VGA so that game of size 1 or 2 GB can be played.

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Hi,

It takes a hell of a computer to run decent games.
My suggestion would be to save your money, to invest in a new computer setup.
if you get a quality graphics card, for example NVidea geforce 8600 or 8800gts et,c.
your system, will not have the Memory, so you,ll then be spending on RAM.
Next step will be that, your CPU isn,t powerful enough, so that,ll be upgraded. And it,s probably already at maximum or thereabouts, for the motherboard.

I always say, if you want to play good games, get a games console.
It,s much cheaper and cost effective, you can spend £700+ to get a computer to play a game, that an xbox 360 will do for £130. Think before you spend.

Regards mike @ compurepair.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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