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    Only one week left before i recive my Ti4600. *happy*
    Just how powerful are these cards? Do you think I can play the newest and most advanced 3d games for example "Sof 2 double helix" or "grand theft auto 3" at 1280x1024 32 bit color with the highest settings on details etc...? My system is not the fastest. =(

    I really like heavy actiongames!!

    My system specs is: (Will be)

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    Only one way to find out - give it a shot!
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    I also wonder if there can be other damages done to the hardware other than "temperature related" ones when overclocking? I can run my p3 1 Ghz processor in 1,2 Ghz with almost no temperature raize...
    (Sorry for my bad english)

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    Some chips may totally reject the OC and die on the spot, but that's worse case.
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    I highly doubt you will have any problems playing any games in 1280x1024 X 32 until Doom3 comes out.

    If Doom3 interests you, then you will need a new processor, DDR ram, and of course a motherboard to go with it. You will still be able to play DOOM3 fairly well in 800 X 600, but no higher.

    You've got a good mobo, you've got AGP 4X, and with the best vid card known to man you are good to go...

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    well SOF2 is quake 3 engine based so u should have no trouble running at even 1600x1200...as for GTA3 i don't know much about it....yea i think it'd be a good idea to upgrade cpu/mobo/ram to get your money's worth out of teh gf4:afro:
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    Hehe, GTA... unless they made some MAJOR modifications to the game, I would bet a Voodoo2 would play it fine :?:

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    Quote Originally Posted by chisholm
    well SOF2 is quake 3 engine based so u should have no trouble running at even 1600x1200...as for GTA3 i don't know much about it....yea i think it'd be a good idea to upgrade cpu/mobo/ram to get your money's worth out of teh gf4:afro:
    Yes, it is based on the Q3 engine, but that's all...It's alot harder to run then Q3 due to better textures, animations, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeradul
    Hehe, GTA... unless they made some MAJOR modifications to the game, I would bet a Voodoo2 would play it fine :?:
    Have u even seen gta3? The PS2 version was pretty impressive, and they have actually bumped everything up a notch for the PC version..

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    Yeah, I can't wait...how come it hasn't been released yet :confused:

    Anyway, it's gonna rock! :thumb:
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