3D accelerated graphics?

  Rebecca* 21:51 07 Oct 2004
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Hi, Looking to buy a new comp and have seen two I like, 1 with 3D accelerated graphics and 1 without. What does it mean? Will it be worse without it?

  JonnyTub 22:00 07 Oct 2004

Where have you seen them?

  Dan the Confused 22:01 07 Oct 2004

More details would help, but 3D acceleration is pretty much a must these days. Do you want to play games on it?

  Rebecca* 22:05 07 Oct 2004

click here
Thats the comp I was looking at. But when I compaired them said about no 3D accelerated graphics.

  Rebecca* 22:07 07 Oct 2004

Well would be used to play C&C, champ manager, Runescape, Dungeon keeper etc

  JonnyTub 22:12 07 Oct 2004

Nvidia GeForce4 Ti 4200 graphics card in the link you give.

  JonnyTub 22:12 07 Oct 2004

what other one did you compare it with ?

  Rebecca* 22:27 07 Oct 2004

A dell but I see that they can be configured but all gets a bit confusing from there.
click here

  JonnyTub 22:31 07 Oct 2004

your first link from pcworld will provide better gaming performanve

  Rebecca* 22:47 07 Oct 2004

Thanks.
So you don't think I need worry about 3D graphics? Or is the graphics card ok in the one from pcworld.

  ste_bla 22:47 07 Oct 2004

Fairly Decent card however pc world lie as they say a AMD 2600+ is 2600mhz which is just a lie! Its roughly 2ghz not a bad point just bugs me!

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