meh....http://www.firingsquad.com/hardware/geforce_fx_half-life2/page6.aspjunglizm said:5950 Ultra
I had a Thinkpad 600E and it did that. It's just a design flaw.I'm having a problem with my thinkpad though, since its so thin its fragile, and whenever I pick it up and move it or if you shake it a little bit or do anything to slightly move the top part then the screens LCD gets jumbled and distorted.. I dunno if its just because its old or its because its so damn thin that it picks up sensitivity like that..
lol nice....MaxPower said:commodore 64 with tape drive and dot matrix printer.
by the time HL2 comes out that 5950 will be replaced by a 6800 or pcix card. i've been looking at the x800's.TheGunslinger85 said:meh....http://www.firingsquad.com/hardware/geforce_fx_half-life2/page6.asp
5950 Ultra may be good for Doom 3...but defaults to DX8 in HL2.
1024*768 4XAA 8XAF in DX9 = 33.6 average FPS....Go for a 9800xt or a 6800GT.
(Btw, I'm not dumping on your very nice card. I have a Ti4200!!
I would advise you put a Sparkle, ThermalTake, or Aspire PSU in there STAT! Those generic ones have serious problems with high end video cards. If you want to put in better video, such as a Geforce 4 TI series, a Radeon 9550/9600, or a 9500/9700/9800/X800, you are going to need a good PSU. Hell, even a 5200 Ultra, 5600, 5700, 5800/5900/6800 from NVidia need a good PSU too. I have an Aspire 350w PSU. It is seriously a kick ass PSU.Hypertron said:generic 400 watt power supply
It is a great computer for word processing and email and stupid ass forums. That is about it. Dont try to play doom 3 or NFS underground on it. You can not upgrade it because of the chipset. Im buying my 11 and 9 yr olds those for christmass probably.NoSubstance said:On closer inspection, I've got a Dell Dimension 2300.
Does anybody know the specs on it? It's completely out-of-the-box.