can this big boy handle the games?

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by laderboy, Mar 3, 2005.

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  1. laderboy

    laderboy Newbie

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    thx for all the help guys, appreciated
     
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    laderboy Newbie

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    man this gets complicated, i found a gateway with the exact same spec as the emachine i think, is there a quality difference between the 2?
     
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    DaGreek Notebook Evangelist

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    Gateway owns emachines so I'd expect its simalar to the HP/Compaq brand where they are the same thing in difference cases. Persoanlly I think I'd go with emachines, but better to let someone else with experence between the two answer this one.

    Compaq R3000T (CTO)
    P4 Desktop 3.0GHz w/HT
    2 X 1024MB RAM
    Radeon 9600 128MB
    60GB 7,200RPM HD
    AquaMark3: 24,257, 3DMark03: 3,115
     
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    Jester116 Notebook Enthusiast

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    that emachines is the way to go. Best value for performance. I own the m6809 and the beast runs HL2 piece of cake @ medium to high detail levels. Just make sure to get omega drivers and have your card overclocked. Nothing beats its value.

    Emachines M6809 - 3200 AMD 64 - 512 DDR - 80gig - ATI 9600 O/C'd @ 457/223
     
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