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Upgrading Old Computers Under $350

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Warning:  Random post, but this may benefit those trying to upgrade old machines as cheaply and effectively as possible.

Story:  In 2006, I had two very old computers, in fact they are still old.  “Whiplash” was a custom build running a P5B Deluxe MB (533 – 1067 Mhz FSB), X1800 GTO video card (PCI 2.0), Pentium D 2.67 LGA 775 (Overclocked to 3.4Ghtz), 2 GB DDR2-5300 667Mhz RAM, 180GB 7200RPM HD, and a 500W power supply (Combined with a heater, I could throw a circuit breaker in a room, thanks to the X1800 needing 450W alone)  “Goldfish” was an older computer, stock with a PTGD1-LA “Goldfish” MB (533 Mhz FSB), X300 128 MB Video Card (AGP), 1 GB of DDR-3200 400 Mhz RAM, 200 GB 5400 RPM HD, and a 400W power supply.   Time took it’s toll, as well as other unfortunate experiments and incidents that rendered them inactive (The reason they could not be used was because the HD’s kept crashing)



Radeon HD 6850 & 6870 review

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A review of the Radeon HD 6850 & 6870 has finally been published! Come see the results now. This review is from Guru3D.

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ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6

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Everyone who has kept up with recent ATI graphics cards know about the Eyefinity technology that allows three monitors to be connected as one side-by-side. Now lets welcome the new Eyefinity6 where one card supports up to 6 monitors in various setups.

Video benchmarking by Guru3D of Resident Evil 5 with two HD 5870 Eyefinity6 in crossfire:



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