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1 Is this an OK PC on Sat May 05, 2012 7:17 pm

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Does this sound like an okayish enough PC cuz my other one broke

Dell Dimension 4500
RAM:512MB 2x 256MB
CPU:2.00GHz Pentium 4
HDD:60GB Maxtor+1TB Iomega Screen Director
Graphics:NVidia GForce FX5200 128MB Unkown CPU speed but it has one
OS:Windows XP/Ubuntu 12.04/Windows 7 I mostly use windows xp

2 Re: Is this an OK PC on Sat May 05, 2012 8:41 pm

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xXFRiiZYDuDEXx wrote:Does this sound like an okayish enough PC cuz my other one broke

Dell Dimension 4500
RAM:512MB 2x 256MB
CPU:2.00GHz Pentium 4
HDD:60GB Maxtor+1TB Iomega Screen Director
Graphics:NVidia GForce FX5200 128MB Unkown CPU speed but it has one
OS:Windows XP/Ubuntu 12.04/Windows 7 I mostly use windows xp

That is an okay PC but your behind just like me

Pentium 4 should not be running Windows 7 If i was you (I am using Windows XP On my 2.8GHz Pentium 4) I dont believe it can run Windows 7 with that amount of ram. 1 GB RAM is not enough.

Graphics card is 2X better than mine (envy) and it is quite good.

XP and Ubuntu are good (I used both)

Relitively good but Microsoft does not support XP Anymore :(

I recommend a new computer as I will get one soon as well.

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3 Re: Is this an OK PC on Sat May 05, 2012 10:10 pm

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i recommend getting at least 2GB of ram if you can but if its a tower you can always buy it later


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4 Re: Is this an OK PC on Sun May 06, 2012 4:26 am

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Sub0123 wrote:
xXFRiiZYDuDEXx wrote:Does this sound like an okayish enough PC cuz my other one broke

Dell Dimension 4500
RAM:512MB 2x 256MB
CPU:2.00GHz Pentium 4
HDD:60GB Maxtor+1TB Iomega Screen Director
Graphics:NVidia GForce FX5200 128MB Unkown CPU speed but it has one
OS:Windows XP/Ubuntu 12.04/Windows 7 I mostly use windows xp

That is an okay PC but your behind just like me

Pentium 4 should not be running Windows 7 If i was you (I am using Windows XP On my 2.8GHz Pentium 4) I dont believe it can run Windows 7 with that amount of ram. 1 GB RAM is not enough.

Graphics card is 2X better than mine (envy) and it is quite good.

XP and Ubuntu are good (I used both)

Relitively good but Microsoft does not support XP Anymore :(

I recommend a new computer as I will get one soon as well.
Ya probably should try to get another 2GB considering my BIOS can go up to 1GB of shared graphics memory and there very cheap on ebay
Windows 7 surprisingly runs very smooth but can't enable any fancy effects only the basic theme
Windows XP SP3 is supported until 2014
I think I might upgrade the whole lot instead of getting a new PC as its probably cheaper.My old one broke because the Power Supply sent a shockwave down the
motherboard and the other parts I WAS SO FUKING SAD
it was custom buit and had
CPU:3.06GHz Core i5
RAM:2.5GB
HDD:250GB
Ghraphics:Forget make but it had 512mb and 388mhz cpu
and it windows 7 so I'm stuck with this

5 Re: Is this an OK PC on Sun May 06, 2012 11:55 am

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That PC now dead cuz I was trying to change motherboard and it didn't work out so good isn't big loss but now i'm stuck with netbook till christmas

6 Re: Is this an OK PC on Sun May 06, 2012 1:59 pm

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xXFRiiZYDuDEXx wrote:
Sub0123 wrote:
xXFRiiZYDuDEXx wrote:Does this sound like an okayish enough PC cuz my other one broke

Dell Dimension 4500
RAM:512MB 2x 256MB
CPU:2.00GHz Pentium 4
HDD:60GB Maxtor+1TB Iomega Screen Director
Graphics:NVidia GForce FX5200 128MB Unkown CPU speed but it has one
OS:Windows XP/Ubuntu 12.04/Windows 7 I mostly use windows xp

That is an okay PC but your behind just like me

Pentium 4 should not be running Windows 7 If i was you (I am using Windows XP On my 2.8GHz Pentium 4) I dont believe it can run Windows 7 with that amount of ram. 1 GB RAM is not enough.

Graphics card is 2X better than mine (envy) and it is quite good.

XP and Ubuntu are good (I used both)

Relitively good but Microsoft does not support XP Anymore :(

I recommend a new computer as I will get one soon as well.
Ya probably should try to get another 2GB considering my BIOS can go up to 1GB of shared graphics memory and there very cheap on ebay
Windows 7 surprisingly runs very smooth but can't enable any fancy effects only the basic theme
Windows XP SP3 is supported until 2014
I think I might upgrade the whole lot instead of getting a new PC as its probably cheaper.My old one broke because the Power Supply sent a shockwave down the
motherboard and the other parts I WAS SO FUKING SAD
it was custom buit and had
CPU:3.06GHz Core i5
RAM:2.5GB
HDD:250GB
Ghraphics:Forget make but it had 512mb and 388mhz cpu
and it windows 7 so I'm stuck with this

Ouch that sucks.

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