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Athlon64 3200+ skt754.. Jetway S755max.. Dilemma?


Athlon64 3200+ skt754.. Jetway S755max.. AGP x8,

Wondering is it worth investing in.. is it ok for running DX9 stuff???
- what resolutions am i gonna get the best performace?

How much spent would be too much for this platform?

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$100 max.

This is okay for your basic internet usage. Sure, you can play some games on it but it's going to depend on the type / memory of the video card you put into it and the amount of system memory as well. With prices these days, I can sell you a dual core NEW computer for $399 and a quad core computer for $599 with specs that would blow that away. Thanks and please take a moment to give this solution a rating of fixya. :c)

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