PC for my kids - but Intel 915GL graphics ??

  Big Big C 17:39 18 Nov 05
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Can anybody help me please, I have seen a PC at Toys R Us but it does not have a separate graphics card. It has an Intel 915GL chip onboard instead, will this be sufficient to run my kids games that they currently plays on mine like Sims and Fifa 2005??

Apart from this point the rest of the kit seems very good for £499 inc Celeron D 3.2GHz, 512 MB DDR Ram, 160 GB H/D, 17 inch TFT, and DVD re-writer.

Many Thanks

  Rigga 17:47 18 Nov 05

You could try this... > click here <

Only the delivery extra..

HTH. R.

  GaT7 19:02 18 Nov 05

The Mesh system - Rigga's link - has much better specs for almost the same money, though the graphics card may need upgrading(?) G

  Dizzy Bob 19:06 18 Nov 05

Similar specs, £100 less

DB

click here

  Dizzy Bob 19:07 18 Nov 05

Sorry, CRT monitor not TFT.

I should wear my glasses!

DB

  GaT7 20:27 18 Nov 05

Also posted in the Helproom forum click here. G

  wee eddie 23:05 18 Nov 05

On-board Graphics will handle most everything of the day to day work that one does.

Games are a different matter. You need a card with a minimum of 128Mg of Ram.

  hzhzhz 23:23 18 Nov 05

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