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Old 03-11-2005, 03:19 PM   #51
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Good call on the 9800 PRO btw. You'll be impressed. Mine really screams and I cant imagine needing to replace it for a long time. I can only use mine on 2X AGP with my little P3 1000 and it still screams. The new computer shopuld really let it do its thing. Good luck.
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hmm, I may need a bigger power supply - I didn't even think of that. I've got a 250w supply right now. That means a new case... jeez.

I don't want this to snowball any further.
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The 9600 doesn't have the additional power supply connection requirement. You shouldn't have to worry
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well, I just got a response from newegg.com

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Oh yeah, I've got the 9600.
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Im going back to running no extra software that isnt required to run and maybe a popup blocker. Thats it. I just want my freakin computer back. Since my last reformat, it has only lasted 3 months before it started acting goofy. It used to last a good 6 months to a year before I felt like I needed to reformat due to performance. I dont keep any valuable information on it so Im going lean once again.
Just use firefox. Popup blocking is part of browser functionality. Not to mention the ability to "tab browse". Plus the fact that most "bad things" are written for internet explorer and don't work on firefox (or safari, or opera, or etc.). I always run multiple drives in my pc's. System on one, data on others. This allows me to reinstall without losing anything (aside from registry information from installed programs). PC runs faster too.

Oh yeah, get a firewall too. I posted a link to a free one earlier in this thread...
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