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January 4, 2009 10:34:18 PM

hey dudes it was about time that i changed my graphics card. At the moment i have a ATI Radeon X300SE 128mb. Yes i know that a real old card and i need a new one i needed some suggestions, my price range would be around $150. My omputer has PCIe slots

I have 2gbs DDR ram.

i just need some advice on what i have to look for and what my computer needs to have so i can run a card.

I have an Intel Pentium 4 550 processor and my motheroard is a AsusTek i915p/i195g.

If there is anything else i have to post please tell me thanks

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January 5, 2009 12:20:47 AM

how powerful is your PSU?
anyway, any decent $150 card out there will be much too powerful and will be bottlenecked with a pentium 4.
get something cheaper like a ati 4670 because you won't notice the difference in performance from a more expensive card
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January 5, 2009 12:39:44 AM

i was looking at the 9500gt 512mb or 1gb model i dont really know if there is a difference with them and also i heard the 9500gt is not very great is this true or will it be a good graphics card to go with.

Also looking at the 9600gt 512mb model and how do i know what PSU i have

any help

January 5, 2009 2:48:38 AM

AC input voltage (47-63Hz):
100-127V/8A
200-240V/4A
DC output wattage: 300 Watts

that is my PSU do you think it can take an ATI 4670 or a 9500gt
January 5, 2009 5:11:50 AM

geez no help here?
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