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Topic # 30094 28-Jan-2009 18:56
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Galaxy GF9400GT PCI-E 1GBB DDR2 128-bit or Galaxy GF9400GT PCI-E 512MB DDR2 128-bit

Could please some one tell me which one to chose :) or maybe something better for same price.

Thanks...





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  Reply # 192566 28-Jan-2009 20:03
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Get the one with 1GB of video memory it's only a couple of dollars more.  Seems like a no brainer to me Cool

What's it for anyway, a htpc?



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  Reply # 192573 28-Jan-2009 20:11
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nah... just to play some games... and also need TV out for my TV to watch movies... nothing more...

 

Foxconn GeForce 8400GS 512MB GDDR2 maybe that one will do too?





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  Reply # 192580 28-Jan-2009 20:19
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It very heavily depends on...

a) What games you want to play
b) What the rest of your computer specs are, eg: how much ram and what cpu
c) What resolution your monitor is running at eg: 22" LCD @ 1680x1050 etc



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  Reply # 192590 28-Jan-2009 20:42
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E2200 2Gh + 2Gb Ram + oldish games (sports like soccer, nhl... maybe some racing) + wanna watch movies on TV.




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