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does this look good? i think so. i only play halflife so i dont need a lot of sloppy beefy tech stuff.
Why not get the RADEON VE($10 more from the above website), it's much faster/newer than the TNT2 M64. or find some GeForce2 MX400(they are cheap now), I had TNT2 Pro(TNT2 M64 is a cheap version of Pro) and when I upgraded to MX400, halflife(CS,DOD)become much smoother and I can play at higher res with no graphic lag.
some do some don't i've a 32mb mx400 which i got for £50 a year ago, next week i'm prolly gonna get a 64mb mx400 with tvout for £35.... i'd like a PCI one really though, as i'll be losing a perfectly good AGP card, rather than replace my naff PCI sis6326
i might go for the radeon on that site if i can't find a good/cheap card.
also, im trying to find some wholesalers on line, but even if i did, there would be a minimum order and i would have to sell the extra stuff i dont need. and i think wholesalers only sell to retail stores
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Dremel is to make holes for the ports, and anything else you want to cut other than straight edges on the casing. You can use a drill press, or something similar, but for me, the dremel was the best. There is a bit that works very well, if you'd like I will blast a pic of the bit and post a link to it.