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9600 ATI with Star Wars Galaxies..

Discussion in 'ATI' started by Aaron Johnson, Jul 28, 2003.

  1. Well, after all is said and done, 2 months in the works (on a budget),
    slowly buying the system piece by piece it is done..and running (took most
    the day to get it stable) but I am very very impressed with Ati 9600 card..
    system is:

    Mobo: Asus A7n8x dlx 2.0 bios 1003
    Cpu : Amd 2500 xp Barton
    HD: Maxtor 40gig
    Vid Card: Radeon Ati 9600
    Case: 420w
    Ram: 512 Simpletech pc2700
    OS: Win Xp Pro

    Now when I put it together I did it this way..

    Get Hd formated..then put win xp pro on it, then put on asus Mobo
    drivers..then Vid Card drivers..then updated win xp pro (took about 3-4
    differ trips to the update site so much to dl so do it step by step).. then
    tweeked the bios some (get the 2500 running at a 2500) then installed SW:G
    and loged on and crash..ok so look at tech support for sw:g and update Vid
    card drivers and the rest is history.

    So again a system that worked on paper that 'should' work in real life
    does.. really enjoy building systems (had my ups and downs..this was a up
    one) and my woman really enjoys it now (she had a p3 550) so this system was
    for her while i still play on my amd 800 (oc to 1ghz) system (cry)
    Aaron Johnson, Jul 28, 2003
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    ELVIS2000 Guest

    ELVIS2000, Aug 1, 2003
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    Lenroc Guest

    When will we learn that it's ok for men to show emotion?


    Or were you just recognizing the fact that "his woman" has a pussy?
    Lenroc, Aug 1, 2003
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    ELVIS2000 Guest

    He gives the better system to "his woman"!
    ELVIS2000, Sep 5, 2003
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