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Old 09-10-2005, 01:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 6600GT and 3200+

Are 8 pipelines (6600GT) good enough to run a 3200+ with 2GB RAM without bottlenecking?

I have a 9600XT (4 pipes) right now and 1 GB RAM, and BF2 recommends med settings with 100fps.

I'm guessing a 6600GT will be a huge improvement even over this?

EDIT: Despite that, lol, 3DMark03 gives me 3524 and I can't even freakin start 3DMark05 cuz the video card doesn't have the features, rofl.

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Should be fine.

BTW, BF2 is not the best game ever. Maybe you haven't heard of a little game called HL2!!!

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BF2 owns HL2. Personally, I think it owns HL2 in gameplay, but statistically, I know it owns HL2 in graphics and graphics requirements.

I can probably run HL2 maxed out, but I don't like the game.
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