Hi, I need help with graphic card that could support this computer. my bugget is around $100. thank you. and the games that i'm looking forward to play is Aion, Champion online.
* Intel® Core™2 Quad processor Q8200
Features 4 processing cores, 1333MHz frontside bus, 4MB L2 cache and 2.33GHz processor speed per core.
* Four powerful processing cores
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* 4GB DDR3 memory
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* Multiformat DVD±RW/CD-RW drive
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* 640GB SATA hard drive (7200 rpm)
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* Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X4500
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* Multi-in-one digital media card reader
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* IEEE 1394 (FireWire) interface and 9 high-speed USB 2.0 ports (5 front)
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* Built-in 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
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* Amplified stereo speakers
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* Built-in device holder
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* Photo frame button
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* Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit Edition operating system
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Your PSU is the bare minimum to run that system. I'm not even sure you could safely add a HD4650 or HD4670, and they don't even need auxilliary power.
If your total budget is only $100, you'll need to wait. Do NOT buy a cheap PSU; you'll be risking your entire system. You'll want a quality 450W-500W unit. I would suggest Antec, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling, Seasonic, or Enermax. OCZ has some good models, but the one anonymousdude linked has not yet been competently reviewed, so I don't know about that one.
OCZ and PC Power & Cooling have merged and though they are still separate brands. Recently OCZ power supplies have been getting better and more reliable. Whether this one is one of their good models is unknown, but for $40 it's better than most at the price point.
The only thing I've read about it is that Sirtec is the OEM, and their reputation has not been good in the past. The fact that this one is 80+ certified bodes well (as it had to have survived being tested at 100% load), but I'd still like to see a review.
I will agree that there's not much worth buying for $40, although sometimes an Earthwatts is on special at that price, or the 370W or 400W PC Power & Cooling.