Posted 22 December 2007 - 03:41 PM
There is no data path between the power supply and the motherboard, so the only way to find out what power supply you have it to open the computer and look at the label.
You could stick a x1950Pro AGP version and another gigabyte of RAM in the computer you have for $500 AUD. That will get you up to a little above minimum requirement for Crysis to let you play at low settings, and also let you play other new games at medium settings. This, of course, requires that you have a big enough power supply.
You would still not be in a great shape. Your CPU will start to become a problem, and there isn't really any possibilities of making a significant upgrade on that motherboard. To upgrade the motherboard would require upgrading everything else as well, leaving you in a situation of practically getting a new computer.
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