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August 25, 2007 7:52:05 PM


Help to buy Graphics Card about under 90$ for not a gamer.

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August 25, 2007 8:49:46 PM

Why do you need a video card? CAD work? Movies, watching/editing? What are the rest of your system components?
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August 26, 2007 7:03:30 AM

Sorry, I didn't submit enough info. My components are:

Intel® Core™2 Duo Desktop Processor E6550 + Motherboard P5K ASUS .

I'm not a gamer, no CAD, just Internet (I like no traces)

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August 26, 2007 7:45:11 AM

Pick up a 7600 GS or something like that. It's a recent generation card that has relatively low power consumption, decent performance, and won't break the bank. Although....a 7300 would probably even do the trick.

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August 27, 2007 9:15:39 AM

After learning the prices and specifications, I think that most important for a Video card for a bit tomoorow day are DDR3, DirectX 10, anf of course price.

I would decline next cards:

1. Radeon HD 2400XT Sonic 69$

2. GeForce® 8500GT Sonic 93$

3. Radeon HD 2600PRO Sonic 99$

Please advice is it correct???
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August 27, 2007 11:17:07 AM

Any of those would be fine for a "non" gamer card. Just a shame that you have a good CPU and Mobo and don't take advantage of it, but it's not mine. If you want Dx10 card, so you can use a 64bit Vista (assuming you would want to), than any of those that you mention would work for that. And if you want to eventually want to play a game later, than you can come back and ask more ?'s if you like. Enjoy your system!
August 27, 2007 12:26:55 PM

No need for dx10 if you dont game.Nvidia 6 series on up and equivalent Ati cards would do.I would say Nvidia 8500 or Ati 2400 would be fine for what you want to do.
August 27, 2007 12:31:14 PM

I saw some 7300's for around 45 bucks on Newegg w/rebate.
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August 28, 2007 12:26:26 AM

Since all you do is surf the internet, then you really don't need anything powerful. You can easily get by with an ATI X1550 for $29 + $5 shipping

It does not have a fan so that means it is silent. However, it does not have a VGA port (D-Sub) so you'll need a DVI to VGA adapter if your monitor doesn't have a DVI port.

Alternatively, you can go with the GeForce 7300LE for only a little more:

It is also passively cooled as well.
August 28, 2007 12:24:08 PM

Surfing the net requires no more than a Tesco built rig. Pc world can get u an online ready Pc for far less than buying low end pieces. I agree with previous posters about your mobo + processor. Who told you to buy them for just surfing the net? But its your rig, I know its an english site but

shows you how little you can spend on a card.
For less than £20 ($40) you can get a XFX GeForce 6200 PCI-E64MB - 256MB Turbocache.
about $90 could get you MSI GeForce 7300GS 256MB DDR2 PCI-E