Have A 7600GT: Thinking Of Upgrading.
Pretty big jump in price from the 320 to the 640, though. Quote March 22, 2007,17:29 #3 nosamaj View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Senior Member Joined Jun 2006 Location Staffordshire, UK Posts 331 Re: Upgrade from 7600gt to x1900gt for Quote March 22, 2007,23:18 #5 Alvie1981 View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Veteran Onion Computer Specs Motherboard or Laptop: Gigabyte GA-P67A-D3-B3 Chipset: P67 CPU: i5 2500k CPU Overclock Speed: The performance difference between the 7600 and 7900 is substantial, whereas 1GB vs 2 GB - not so much.
I need: Motherboard (probably still needs AGP since I don't know if I have enough to upgrade my video card too. In the short term, sure. solved Thinking about upgrading, advice needed Thinking about upgrading, need some advice. The 6800 won a few here and there.
What would you do in my situation?. stusser 2006-05-12 12:38:48 UTC #12 Buy a dell deal and add RAM and a 7600GT from newegg. Also would my computer be able to play most games coming out in the next 2 years 4 answers Last reply Nov 20, 2006 More about thinking upgrading 7600 advice sabecityNov so you should be fine. #10 hans007, May 5, 2007 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you
Thread Tools Show Printable Version March 22, 2007,16:35 #1 nosamaj View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Senior Member Joined Jun 2006 Location Staffordshire, UK Posts 331 Upgrade from 7600gt If you're going to upgrade the video card AND CPU you might as well go PCI-E at this point. http://www23.tomshardware.com/graphics_2007.html?modelx=33&model1=1061&model2=855&chart=294 The chart above is made using a C2 Quad Extreme... Gaming Rig: | Intel E5200 @ 3.5GHz | HD4770 512MB | | 2x2GB G.Skill DDR2-800 | Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L | | BenQ G2400BW 24" | Cooler Master Stacker 830 | 1TB+ Storage
It also has a 9800 Radeon Pro 128mb AGP Card. Upgrade from 7600gt to x1900gt for £50? I currently have the 6800 Ultra AGP. I'm not 100% sure that my PSU can run it properly, but after reading charts, the 7600gt should draw about the same power as my 6600gt.
So you're talking about another 8 or 9 months until DX10 even comes out, then however long after that before it becomes necessary. [I'm uncertain if DX10 will require Vista, however; Cool, I think i can manage that. :thumbs: Anyone on here selling one :) Pete O'Neil05-05-2007, 11:03 AMGet the 7600GS, anything more will be restricted far too much by the rest Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware Top lordT Darth Gerbil Posts: 7429 Joined: Fri Nov 25, 2005 2:11 pm Location: Writing Contact: Contact lordT Website Quote #17 Sun Dec 31, 2006 8:48 am AvKn wrote:As for
Is the performance that much better with the models you quoted? https://community.futuremark.com/forum/showthread.php?41304-Upgrade-from-7600gt-to-x1900gt-for-%A350 I'd really like to buy the 7600gt as was mentioned earlier but its hard justifying spending twice as much money when an upgrade looms in the near future. I'd say either the GeForce 7600GT or 7900GT would be your best bets, depending on how much you're willing to spend. sabecityNov 19, 2006, 3:02 PM cool, thanks, just one more thing.
Since they start around $300, a dual-core CPU is probably too rich for your price range; entry-level single-core S939 CPUs start around $120. All rights reserved. It was a joke when it came out at $170~200 when 7600GTs were hitting $120. Am I happy I did,...I sure am man!!
Thanks, i'll check it out. mono 2006-05-15 14:18:33 UTC #18 Best I could do, relatively within your budget, all prices from Newegg: Antec Sonata II: $99Asus A8N5X Socket 939 Nforce 4: $79Leadtek Geforce 7900GT 256MB PX7900GT: i would take the X1800GTO over a 7600 anyday ...... Definitely not an "upgrade".
compared to 52fps for an extra $30~50. The 7600GS is a weakened 7600GT get a full strength 7600GT!!The 7600GT is way better then the 7600GS. But it may be worth waiting for a while until ATIs new cards have started circulating, and the nvidia 9000s are out- expect prices to come down a bit then (with
Top flip-mode Gerbil Khan Posts: 9689 Joined: Thu May 08, 2003 12:42 pm Location: Cincinnati, OH Quote #6 Sun Nov 12, 2006 6:23 pm Huh, I'd give the not to
The 8600gts is more expensive, but still much better to justify the cost. Trevor :) lazydog06-05-2007, 05:11 PMThanks Trev. The Leadtek 7600gt on newegg says it needs 300watts. RJTX45 replied Feb 10, 2017 at 7:48 AM Possible corrupted drivers...
Not much good adding ram or vid cards if the cpu lacks the power to use them Trev05-05-2007, 12:38 PMYou are wrong Jack. solved Thinking about upgrading could use some advice need help with AGP card for old PC.. 7600GT a good choice? Stay logged in Sign up now! Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
As far as I can tell, sound on PCs sucks crap nowadays no matter what you own. Here are prices on the HD3850... My computer has been fine for playing most games but on some newer titles i've been playing like Medieval 2 total war and Rise And Fall, My Computer is starting to Prices from www.pricespy.co.nz as of 05/05/07 What ever you do, do not get a card with less then 256mb,as 256mb is the least amount of ram you want on a graphics
Pretty big jump in price from the 320 to the 640, though. unbongwah 2006-05-12 12:35:39 UTC #11 If you can afford a bit more - say $900 or $1000 - I would take Nick's config, double the RAM (2 x 1GB), and get If you read my previous post I upgraded from a GF4200 64mb card to my present one see sig. Nooooooo...." :) Nick_Walter 2006-05-12 11:39:27 UTC #7 $99 Case: Antec Sonata II (I would recommend this too)$181.99 CPU: Pentium D 820$112.99 Mobo: Intel BOXD954P$179 Vid Card: evga 7600GT$100.99 Memory: Geil 1GB
The 8800GTS 320MB is the sweet spot right now. My PSU is rated at 300watts (I think with 17 or 18A on the 12v rail).