All I need now is a graphics card. I will not be doing any overclocking, crossfire, or SLI. I would like to be able to do dual monitor, so I am looking for a card with two DVI ports. The system will not be used for gaming, but it will be on most of the time so I don't need it too be extremely powerful, but I would like it to be a good one. I would like a quiet PC, so I am looking for a card that has a heatsink but not a fan, as I hear that those tend to generate some noise. I don't have any specific preference, I have heard that nVIDIA and ATI cards are very good. My budget for the card is $30-$70.
I have been searching quite carefully for a dual DVI card and there don't seem to be too many. Of the few I found, I really don't know what I am looking for, so I'm not sure which is the best. Is it better to use a VGA to DVI adapter than get a card with two DVI slots?
Thanks so much for the reply. I have two questions on this, if you don't mind. First, it says the memory type is DDR2. Does that have anything to do with my RAM? If so, will I have problems because I am using DDR3 RAM. And the other thing is that this comes with a fan. I had heard that video card fans tend to make a lot of noise, do you know if this is true?
DDR2 on the graphics card will not conflict with DDR3 RAM. However, it will have only 1/2 the memory bandwidth of DDR3. No offense meant to the one who suggested this card, but I would avoid any 4670 with DDR2. A 4670 with DDR3 should be quite a bit faster and not use much more power or cost that much more. In fact most 4670s do have DDR3.