HEy guyz can you help me how the performance will be for the following confinguration.
Intel 945 Motherboard Intel Pentium D Processor(64 bit) 512 MB Ram 80 GB HDD 15" LCD Monitoer (Samsung or LG)
Just let me know the performance of mainly of motherboard and processor. Plz guyz plz inform me soon i gotta buy them by Christmas:)
Gte more RAM and a decent gfx card and youll be sorted.
I didn't make it!
Wow wanna be a bit more vague!
What Intel D are you getting? What RAM are you getting? What HD is that? Your resorting to Onboard Graphics? You cant spell Monitor?
Hey wat do u wanna tell is it good or bad???
Shizzle my nizzle
28th July 2004
It depends on what you will use it for. If it's for gaming, then no. If it's for every-day tasks like internet browsing or drawing then yes.
simon4u92Hey wat do u wanna tell is it good or bad???
We can't tell, because you didn't provide us with enough information.
And Jakkc, you aren't exactly someone in any place to be ripping into others' grammar or spelling.
Its for gaming as well as general use
That's a good start. Now how about some details on that parts themselves?
Motherboard and processor are fine. No need to worry about that. If you want to use it for gaming, then you absolutely have to invest in a graphics card. Since you will on PCI-e, and if you can spare the money, go for a 6800, or better still 7800 with 256MB RAM. As for RAM, 1GB of RAM is a must. If your motherboard supports DDRII then, get 512*2 modules of RAM. I don't know much about the companies, but Hynix or Kingston might be a good idea. Monitor, once again, if you can spare the money, buy a 19" CRT. Some say LCDs are just as good for CRTs for gaming, but personally, I like CRTs. If you cannot afford a 19" CRT, then buy a 17". 15" CRTs are just not god for gaming. Hard drive, if you can get SATA, go for it. If not, regular IDE hard drives should be just fine, although I would recommend 120GB@ 7200RPM.
13 year olds are starting to plague these forums!
Jakkc, you can't even spell "cant" properly. :lol:
As for information, Simon, I suggest you provide the specifications of the hardware you intend to use.