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graphic card suggestions?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by aids is a myth, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. aids is a myth

    aids is a myth 12oz Member

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    graphic card suggestions?

    Discussion started by aids is a myth - Aug 13, 2005

    so recently i copped silent hill 4, and have been dying to play it, but everytime i start the .exe file i get some error about not having a compatible graphics card


    i'm not sure if that list is what they 'officially support' meaning would LIKE you to buy, or if it's the compatibility list... i have a NVIDIA GeForce MX card currently, which makes sense why it's not supported. so, if somebody could tell me what would be my best bet in buying a card or a spot online with the cheapest shit, holla...m uch appreciated
     
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  2. Biggus Dickus

    Biggus Dickus 12oz Senior Member

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    Biggus Dickus - Replied Aug 13, 2005

    GeForce 6600 is the best bang for your buck right now at around $100.00. You need to look into what your computer supports. You'll probably need to get the AGP version of the 6600, like this:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16814164043

    The PCIe version will almost certainly not work on your computer unless you bought it within the past couple of months.

    The 6600 should run just about anything for a good month or so before it becomes outdated. Welcome to the world of computer gaming.

    I suggest buying from newegg.com, my link above. I've bought parts for 7 entire systems from them, always shipped within a day of order, always arrived on time. Never had to return anything. They're widely regarded as the best online PC parts retailer currently.
     
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