Personally, i would suggest avoiding SCSI all together. SCSI is not the speed deamond it once use to be EIDE and SATA drives are pretty much at par for gaming use, infact, some EIDE/SATA drives actually beat SCSI in desktop benchmarks. in short, SCSI is not worth it, atleast not for now. The only place these days where SCSI has a home is in workstations and servers, where many drives can be hooked up at once for RAID purposes, or other purposes.
That's a pretty good machine. Hell, I'm running an AMD 2700+ with 1 GB RAM, an 80 GB hard drive and an nVidia 6600GT, and it runs just fine.
Decent. Not Great
Rudolf786i would switch out your video card for a pci express card only because they are the best when it comes to video cards in my opinion.
It is a PCI-E card.
excellent pc, and a 7600 GS is excellent to play the newest games! Maybe a 250 gb hd will be better...
i didn;t notice the hard drive at first. AVOID maxtor, questionable quality at best. might i suggest seagate or westred digital. samsung apprently is good as well
Dragokatzovi didn;t notice the hard drive at first. AVOID maxtor, questionable quality at best. might i suggest seagate or westred digital. samsung apprently is good as well
Seagate and Western Digital are all i own. They are great.
I have heard some bad stories about maxtor drives, if you want to get a bigger drive, try and avoid them.
There's nothing wrong with MaxTor's current lineup, the horror stories are long in the past.
thats funny you guys mention maxtor being bad,because I just RMA'd it for acting weird. It wouldnt load windows and then it finally died and wouldnt take a format lol.