Posted 18 November 2008 - 09:23 PM
I don't think that computer is upgradeable to a gaming system. A new graphics card won't fit, and getting a new case won't work because the Dell power on button is only compatible with dell cases (I guess you could find another Dell case though, but make sure they use the same connection). Also, you would definitely need a new power supply. Lastly, that processor is really going to slow down games, and bottleneck a good graphics card.
You're looking at a lot of upgrades, and hassle. I think you would be better off just saving up your money and building a new computer. You could probably scavenge the hard drive and ram out of this computer if you wanted to.
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