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Old 12-21-2006, 11:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wanting to build/buy a new pc for gaming. Can u guys comment on these pc's. I want to be able 2 play games lik CSS with 100fps These prices are in NZ dollars. Sorry for all the links im just clueless with this stuff.
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http://www.pbwellington.co.nz/pk.aspx?154

http://www.pbwellington.co.nz/cart.a...y6=1&freight=0

http://www.pbwellington.co.nz/pk.aspx?146

http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=778

http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=604

http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=1461

http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=1035

http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=849

http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=813

http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=350

http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=301
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I'm a bit confused by the links you posted. So clicked on random ones and saw that one was a amd 3700+ and some others were pre built.

http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=1035

That machine wil suite you just fine.

It's not hard get get 100+fps in CSS.
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Sorry about the links i just didnt no whcih ones to choose. Iv heard the 7600GT has a very noisy fan an im aware that the 7950 is better. Would it be better to go for the package with the 7950 over the package with the 7600GT?


7950:
http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=849

7600GT:
http://www.xpcomputers.co.nz/views.asp?hw_id=1035

The 7950 package has stuff like dual core and better ram i think. Will this be beniftial to me for my purpose or will i get just as good preformance with the 7600 package? PC is primarly for gaming so i dont think it will b loaded with many process's.
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the 7950 blows the 7600 series out of the water for games, they are in 2 seperate categories. if you have the cash than get the 7950
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