> 1GB of system memory
> CD or DVD-ROM drive
> 100MB of available hard disk drive space for basic driver installation
> Microsoft® Windows Vista™ or XP operating system (Windows Vista™ required 3-Way NVIDIA SLI®)
> PCI Express® or PCI Express® 2.0-compliant system motherboard with one vacant PCI Express® x16 slot
> One vacant add-in card slot below the PCI Express® x16 slot. This graphics card physically occupies two slots
> 450W PCI Express®-compliant system power supply with a combined 12V current rating of 24A or more (Minimum system power requirement based on a PC configured with an Intel Core®2 Duo E6750 processor)
> One 6-pin PCI Express® supplementary power connector -or- Two 4-pin perhiperal supplementary power connectors
> NOTE: For the power requirements of multiple GeForce® GTS 250-based graph
Yes I will run the card. My son have the same motherboard and have an HD4770 running fine.
But before you decide to buy the BFG 1GB 250 GTS, tell us the following:
1. what is the main purpose of your PC. Is it gaming or just browsing etc?
2. What CPU do you have?
3. And what is the resolution of your monitor?
If the BFG 8800 worked fine so will the 250GTS only thing required is a proper PSU, since you already have a 750Watts PSU. I don't think that should be a problem, just check for compatible power socket on the PSU and the 250GTS.
That means your PSU has to have a 6pin power output or than you will have to have 2X 4 pin molex connectors free to be able to hook up the power converter cable.
"Dual 4-pin peripheral to single 6-pin PCI Express® power adapter"