iMac 7600GT

^squirrel^

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Original poster
Apr 4, 2006
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All,

There's no question that the iMac's GPU has enough juice for todays games, but how do you think it will be in the next 2 years. Will it still have enough juice to run games at a resonable (medium settings) rate?

Thanks all
 

andreas.b

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Mar 14, 2005
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^squirrel^ said:
All,

There's no question that the iMac's GPU has enough juice for todays games, but how do you think it will be in the next 2 years. Will it still have enough juice to run games at a resonable (medium settings) rate?

Thanks all
It uses the mobile PCI-E slot standard for it's graphics card, so you can upgrade it. Anyway, the 7600GT seems pretty solid. It's not a top end card, but it's better than 75% of the cards being sold to all computer users, so it should hold for some time. My 6600GT still does me well in my PC.
 

pknz

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Mar 22, 2005
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andreas.b said:
It uses the mobile PCI-E slot standard for it's graphics card, so you can upgrade it. Anyway, the 7600GT seems pretty solid. It's not a top end card, but it's better than 75% of the cards being sold to all computer users, so it should hold for some time. My 6600GT still does me well in my PC.
I hear it is very inaccessible.
 

afornander

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Apr 5, 2006
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over the years when you play games your quality settings would be slowly being set lower for newer games, the answer is , well, maby. its hard to tell how much technology will bring us in 2 years:p