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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
Looking for a 8600GT not really sure which, would prefer a shop that has them in constantly for that price as don't have the cash just yet.
My PC has 2gb 4200 ram + atm a Pentium D 915 thinking of getting a Core2Duo.
I want not the cheapest 8600GT as I noticed they are all different but don't really understand the differences. I've seen them on the same site range from £70 - £100 just wondered which are the best. Thanks. :thumbsup:
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago

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Help please?

Why does it have to be that card?

A lil more costly but a whole lot better
It doesn't nessaceraly but I dunno if I can afford that one tops of about £100 as I'm buying a new mobo and some new RAM, is it worth upgrading my processor
PC will be:
2gb PC4200
8600GT~ G-Card

And I'm currently using a Pentium D 915, wondered if its worth the cost to upgrade to a C2D.
Try £70.49 inc VAT


£82.24 inc VAT with 2 yr warranty
^^^^ what he said.

and go with the core 2 duo its very good:P

i just got the E6750 @ 2.66 ghz.

its overclocked to 3 ghz on stock fan and its running very cool.

Ive got the 8600 Gt and its ok but not great for gaming:P

Cheers rep left for both was just wondering if it needed the upgrade

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