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Choosing The Video Card That's Right For You - Choosing The Video Card That's Right For You
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You should make sure right off the bat that you at least have a somewhat up to date system. Even if you have the highest end video card you still need a system with adequate specs. Things that are the most important are the speed of the processor and the amount of RAM. A 1GHz or higher processor is usually safe and 256MB of RAM use to be the norm but in games like Battlefield 1942, load times are pretty sluggish even with 256MB of RAM and I think gamers should be transitioning to 512MB of RAM especially with these upcoming games like Half-Life 2 and DOOM III on the horizon.
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