Post your system stats. Will you upgrade to Vista?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Help and Support' started by bios, Dec 18, 2006.

  1. bios

    bios New Member

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    Welcome. Here's a thread to introduce each other.

    What kind of computer system do you have?

    Will you be upgrading to Windows Vista?

    Are you using Vista now?

    Why or why not?
     
  2. g6672D

    g6672D New Member

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    I have an outdated PC. This is my third post. The last two also have my specs! But here they are again... :)

    AMD Athlon XP 2600+
    512MB DDR RAM
    NVidia GeForce4 MX440

    I will be getting Vista Ultimate. Then later on when DX10 is cheaper, making a very large leap into the future. :)

    I am using RC1 currently.

    Because it's a very nice O/S. Great interface, very usable, pretty compatible, Media Center, many other reasons.
     
  3. Necifix2

    Necifix2 Guest

    Yeah, my system specs are...

    2.8 GHz Processor, Pentium 4 with Hyperthreading
    1024 MB (1 GB) RAM
    Windows XP Home Edition

    I am going to get Windows Vista Home Premium, as Basic is too basic lol. Ultimate is only Buisiness and Premium combined with 1 extra feature. So I only need Home Premium (Plus I'm money tight!)

    If you think your PC is outdated my OLD one was...

    ~930 MHz Processor, Pentium III
    128 MB of RAM
    Horrible graphics/sound cards.
     
  4. Khan

    Khan New Member

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    2.8 GHz / 1GB DDR / 80GB HDD (3Parts) / Vista Ultimate RC1

    I'm only going to stay with Vista Ultimate IF M$ fixes the OpenGL and Legacy issue that I am having... other than some isssues, I am actually pleased with this OS.
     
  5. bios

    bios New Member

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    I'm still confused about the OpenGL problems. From what I read Quake 4 is 20% slower under Vista because it is completely OpenGL. Apparently OpenGL is running through DirectX as defualt which is whats slowing it down.
     

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