I can't decide between the 256MB ATI MOBILITY™ RADEON® X1400 HyperMemory and the 256MB NVIDIA® GeForce™Go 7300 TurboCache for a Dell Inspiron E1505. The nvidia is only $30 more and i don't mind paying it if it is better, but i will be playing mostly Half Life 2 which seems if i recall is pro ATI. Any suggestions?
Also... I really want to get an AMD Turion chip so I will have 64bit when vista comes out. Are there any laptop makers that offer the turion chip with one of these graphic cards (or slightly better) on a 15-16 inch widescreen laptop? I would prefer that over Dell, i've always preferred AMD and don't want to go core duo. Any ideas?
http://www.boldata.com/html/config1.cfm?model_ID=432&config_for=base and click on Customize to select optional components... Or one from HP: http://h30216.www3.hp.com/ASA/Controller;jsessionid=C3259F2200F2CBEF4614C157279D630B?tagid=C3259F2200F2CBEF4614C157279D630B$0$84$10717$en_US&state=1S1&_AD_195R22=107&r=1183852163
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