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December 4, 2010 5:28:02 PM

i have a asus p5n73am,intel dual core 2.5 ghz, 4gb ddr2 ram,320 GB western digital HD
i need a graphic card from nvidia or better;

the games i play:-- uk truck simulator, sims 3,most simulation games with the full effects
(not fsaa,anisotropic filtering;they look different to me).
the operating system is windows 7 enterprise VL .

i need a single card solution; not a sli or cf combination card, my motherboard is not made for that.
my choices are not large i heard of ati hd 4xxx series, nvidia 240 was recommended by a retailer.

the nvidia link was

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/ite...

Each power supply has a certain wattage based on their maximum output power. Common wattages range from 300W to 500W, although for a high-end gaming power supply wattages of 500W to 800W are common. Some units even go up to 1 kW of wattage, but this amount of power isn't necessary for normal users.

For a typical gaming computer I would recommend at least 500W of power, although you may need more or less depending on your system. It would be wise to research into exactly how much power your various components will require, and then get a power supply with at least that amount of power.

The best PSU that i can suggest is Ultra X4 600-Watt Modular Power Supply with NVIDIA SLI certification. This following motherboard has all the connectors including a PCI- E 6 pin connector for your graphics card. Please visit the following link to check the complete specifications

these are said by nvidia india


as they recommend this ?.


please speak to the topic and maintain a clear language

:non: 

( from any nation and language ).

:sol: 

my onboard video ram is 256 mb that drags sims 3,

i tried sbk 2009 it felt like a tonne of bricks carried by a donkey !.

i am from india,a system administrator,

i thank you in advance for listening

have a happy christmas & an impressive new year comrades

;) 

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December 5, 2010 6:32:46 PM

I would suggest Nvidia 460 GT or the 240 GT both are reasonably priced and do not require PSU upgrade as well as they would fit on almost any chassis and do not hinder any connectors on board because of their medium length.
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