Originally Posted by vz2487
you know what stupid a** dell need to do, drop the intels only options and add amd to their options. can't believe haw stupid they are.
Why's that? I mean of all platforms,...
Originally Posted by Mystery
Go for the W3J.
ATi X1000 series graphic cards have some shaders that will be used in DX10 games. This means, once DX10 games start rolling out, an ATi X1600 will own the Nvidia 7600...
Originally Posted by sire_alvar
The Benq S73 is also a Core Duo MR X1600 laptop:
I guess it's much cheaper than the Asus.
Alright, where do...
Originally Posted by zakaluka2
I'd say that the x1600 is probably more on par with an nVidia 7800. So, it would be just a little more powerful than the 7600. BTW, do you have a company/model for the machine...
Originally Posted by Filippo
I agree with you but honestly, if he's such a serious gamer why the hell is he buying a T60?
When he loses a match, he gets angry and so the laptop needs to be able to...
Originally Posted by Chyron
I'd wait for a bit after Merom, just because look at the problems Core Duo had when it first came out (USB issues with windows)... Get the t2400 now, and upgrade in a...
What is that chart. Quite useless to compare solely pixel pipelines. As a member posted earlier, the Go 7600 does have quite an advantage in terms of number of ROPS and texture units. It depends on what the game stresses. It's already...