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Guide: Upgrading your graphics card

Posted on Monday, October 15 2007 @ 03:10:14 CEST by


Lots of interesting games have recently been launched and later this month and next month we can expect a bunch of other good games like Crysis and Call of Duty 4. To get ready for all these new games many people may be interested in giving their system an upgrade.

If that's the case you can check out the new graphics card upgrade guide over at ExtremeTech.
It's that time of year again. Autumn in the northern hemisphere is the time when customers start opening their wallets, and component makers dish out new products in a bid to grab marketshare. Gamers upgrade their systems (or build/buy new ones) in preparation for the flood of fourth-quarter games. Our Fall CPU Upgrade Guide already told you what to expect from AMD and Intel as we close out the year, but that's only one part of your system consideration. Just as important—perhaps even more important to some—is the graphics card.




 



 

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