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I am wondering, if I wanted to increase the performance I get out of Cedega, which is already exceptional by the way, should I just upgrade the video card like ...
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    Cedega 6.0 - How to get better performance from hardware upgrade?


    I am wondering, if I wanted to increase the performance I get out of Cedega, which is already exceptional by the way, should I just upgrade the video card like regular windows, or is the bottleneck here the CPU?

    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (duel core 2Ghz)
    video Card: nVidia GeForce 7600GT (600Mhz core clock)
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    If you want snappier performance in general, memory is the way to go. a new cpu does not really do much more than your old on if you only have 512meg of ram.

    its kinda like trying to use a jackhammer on a nickel.

    Your cpu is fine. Hell its better than the one im runningb on right now

    How much RAM do you have?

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    sorry, I should have mentioned that - 2Gb

    It's plenty, I've never gone about about 1.4Gb used...
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