It's not for gaming but I wanted a decent graphics card for Vista and the x-fi is cos I love my music, please let me know what you think of this set-up for £479 before I buy...CPU: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6750 (2.66Ghz, 4MB Cache, 1333Mhz FSB) CPU Cooler: Standard CPU heatsink & fan Motherboard: Asrock CONROE1333-1394 Memory: 2.0GB Kingston DDR2 667mhz (2x 1GB) Hard Drive: 80GB S-ATA2 3.0Gb/s £-34.50 Second hard drive: 250GB S-ATA2 3.0Gb/s £41.19 Optical Drive: 20x DVD±RW DL S-ATA Graphics card: NVidia GeForce 8600GT 256MB £35.80 Sound card: Creative X-FI Xtreme 7.1 Music £51.79 Operating System: Microsoft® Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit £65.09 PSU: 400W Case: Asus TA-210
Fer playin music that would eat it for breakfast but make sure you invest in some decent speakers to make full use of the 7.1 sound...
8600gt for £36 is a bargain.
citadel I might be wrong here but I think the price is not for the graphics card but the extra amount an upgrade on the original card will be.IE its fitted with a 8600GT for example and if you want a 8800GT it costs another £36.
That's it, it orginally came with a lower spec card. I've been advised to change the ram to corsair, what do you think people?
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