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December 27, 2005 at 1:05 PM #39020AnonymousInactive
Please advise on this configuration, any shortcomings…
Intel’s Pentium IV 3.2GHz Processor w/ 1MB Cache 800MHz FSB
-Intel’s Next Generation D945PVSLKR Mainboard w/ DDR2 667
-Enlight S564T ATX Tower Case w/ 300Watt PSU (Black/Silver)
-2x 512MB of Kingston DDR2 667 PC2-5400 – CL 5
-Alps 1.44MB Floppy Disk Drive black
-Western Digital 7200RPPM 200GB Harddisk with 8MB Cache (Data)
-LG Electronics CD-RW/DVD ROM 52x/32x/52x
-Microsoft Wireless Keyboard/Optical Scroll Mouse Combo
-Windows XP Professional OEM
GeForce 6600GT 128MB DDR3 Dual DVI, TV, AGP
Western Digital 80GB Hard Disk w/ 8MB cache (SATA) (System Drive)
December 28, 2005 at 12:56 PM #169276EndeavorParticipant
I agree. And I would personally get a better video card. After all, this system is for video right?
December 30, 2005 at 9:56 PM #169277phillips719Participant
Hey compusolver, I have a PNY NVidia 5700VE $129.99 @bestbuy, It has 1 analog and 1 DVI, but also came with a DVI to analog adapter so you could run 2 analog, or analog + DVI, also has s-video out, I can hook my tv up to it too. This card has 256mb memory, but the core speed is only 450mhz, seems to work good for video work and heavy 3D satisfactorilly.
January 2, 2006 at 3:05 PM #169278phillips719Participant
I just went to the PNY website, looks like the 5700 has been discontinued, but they do have the FX540VE though, comes with a HDV breakout box. Check it out http://www.pny.com/products/quadro/brochures/QuadroFX540Brochure.pdf
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