Want tips to upgrade my computer.

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  1. vignesh_2k5

    vignesh_2k5 New Member

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    I have the following specification of my computer.
    PIII 1.1 ghz
    Intel 810 chipset graphics contoller(Video memory:8 MB)
    256 MB SD RAM
    samsung combo drive

    iam a average gamer,but i cant play latest games,due to video memory
    problems, my budget is around 10-15k. tell ur advice,to upgrade my computer.
     
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    abhi_alpha_beta New Member

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    u need to change the mobo and processor
     
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    go for AMD.my whole cpu box costs around 15.8K with dvd RW.
     
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    yeah go for amd.if u can raise ur budjet by a couple of thousand bucks u can get a decent cpu.
     
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    d00d do one thing put ur hardware in a box nd use as antique piece
    PIII 1.1 ghz
    Intel 810 chipset graphics contoller(Video memory:8 MB)
    256 MB SD RAM

    its all deprecated material and u should raise ur budget a little nd go for decent pentium machine ,any ways u can use ur samsung combo drive with new machine , ur tis RAM module is also not supported by new boards
     
  6. Zeeshan Quireshi

    Zeeshan Quireshi C# Be Sharp !

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    well i think you should assemble a new pc altogether , rather than upgrading .
     
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