is my graphics card good for med-high gaming

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August 21, 2009 at 09:17:01
Specs: Windows Vista Ultimate SP2, 256MB SDRAM
my question is-my video card that ive bought recently,is it gud for med-high end gaming.
system specs
intel pentium dual core e2200 at 2.2 ghz
2gb ram 800mhz
nvidia geforce 94000gt 1gb
please let me know abt my card

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August 21, 2009 at 09:28:04
Woah theres a 94,000gt? Lol, I think more low-med. As in, low for new games and med for older games.

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August 21, 2009 at 09:43:34
You should have done your asking BEFORE you bought a card. The 9400GT is fine for a HTPC but shouldn't be classified as a gaming card. It's a low end/entry level card & definitely can't take full advantage of 1GB memory, which is slow GDDR2 memory anyway.

This review of the Asus 9400GT sums it up nicely:

"the Asus EN9400GT is not meant for 3D gaming in any way, shape or form. It might be possible to play Quake 3-era games on it, but anything more taxing than that and the poor thing is likely to cause it to burst into flames worthy of a Michael Bay film.

Of course, gaming is not what the ASUS EN9400GT videocard is realistically designed for. Its primary purpose is to give HDMI output to older PCs with PCI Express x16 slots that can't keep up with the taxing load of HD video decoding. In this regard, the EN9400GT works rather well."

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