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Old 03-25-2005, 02:38 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally posted by LegendBreath
I play games with that Sempron and it works very well... I can play UT2004 at 800x600 (my 14" screen can go higher) and with the best quality. (but with no AA). And, it doesn't lag. But, the game that I play the most is Dungeon Keeper soo "LOL!" And I play The Sims 2. And, games are working very well. But, I do more programming than I do gamming.
er..UT is not a very CPU taxing game. Especially at 800x600. Heck, I can play that on my pIII 800 in software mode of course. And I'm not even gonna bother talking about Dungeon Keeper. lol :P

But I'll have to go with the general vote, Semprons are not the first choice for gaming. They are great for students and family needs though.

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