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Will a 8800GTS Run / Fit in my case?

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Last response: in Graphics & Displays
July 13, 2007 12:52:51 AM

Ok so here's the deal. I wanna upgrade my video card from my current 7600GS (256mb) to a 8800GTS (320mb). What I need to know is this, will this card run on my pc and also will i have enough room in my case to install. Also, will I need to add better cooling if I were to get the 8800GTS because right now i am using the stock case fans. If you have any suggestions for a different, but better video card thats less than $310 please dont hesitate to post. I know I won't get the DX10 features since i'm using XP but I plan on purchasing Vista later.


Link to 8800GTS :

My PC Specs:

CPU: Athlon 64 X2 2.2ghz 4400+ (939)

Memory: Corsair XMS 2gb (1gb x2) (DDR 400)

Motherboard: BIOSTAR TForce4SLI Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI ATX AMD Motherboard

Case:XION Solaris XON-406 Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

OS: Windows XP

PSU:Broadway Com Corp Okia-black-650 ATX 650W Power Supply 115/230 V cUL , UL , CSA

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July 13, 2007 10:51:53 PM

This will fit in my case? Because when i measured to see if it will fit it comes EXTREMELY close to touching my memory or the northbridge....but if this will fit I will get it but i'm worried it won't fit.
July 13, 2007 11:43:57 PM

The only thing in your way might be that northbridge. You'll also lose your top 2 SATA ports. The card however WILL fit your case since the GTS isn't longer than your mobo even with the express power attached.
July 15, 2007 4:41:57 AM

ok Thanks alot