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May 12, 2010 4:59:13 PM

Hello,
i have a xps 410 e6300 1.8ghz 3gb ram and 250 gb hard drive at 7200 rpm and nvidia 7300 LE. other than that it is stock. i would like to get a card good enough to run starcraft 2 on high just bought it and my beta freezes a lot thanks guys

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a c 189 U Graphics card
May 12, 2010 7:26:14 PM

your beta is freezes? what do you mean?
What is your current monitor? resolution?
If you can OC your CPU to 2.4+, it will be good...
What about PSU? brand? model?
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May 12, 2010 7:54:26 PM

phrethead said:
Hello,
i have a xps 410 e6300 1.8ghz 3gb ram and 250 gb hard drive at 7200 rpm and nvidia 7300 LE. other than that it is stock. i would like to get a card good enough to run starcraft 2 on high just bought it and my beta freezes a lot thanks guys

Have no idea what Starcraft2 requires and not going searching.
Do you have a budget for your upgrade ?
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May 13, 2010 3:55:27 PM

i have an acer monitor that was given to me i run the game at 1024x 768 32bit everythings is at low as well. by freezing i mean my computer has given me a blue screen twice and then i have to power down. also each time i exit the game it freezes and gives me some form to send to blizzard about the issue.i think its the card. the psu model is N375P-00 and it says dell. sorry for being so new this is my first upgrade.thanks for help. my budget is no more than $150 if possible.
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a c 189 U Graphics card
May 13, 2010 4:20:43 PM

For 1024x768 resolution and your E6300 at stock speed then HD5670 is a perfect choice... :) 
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May 13, 2010 4:56:47 PM

will i need the new psu i been looking all over this forum and so far i thinks its 375watts. i also have call of duty 4, company of heroes, counter strike, will it run those fine. i ocassionally play but want good graphics since this is my only gaming machine. thanks again.
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May 13, 2010 7:25:17 PM

For the card that was reccomended above or even a few more powerful models, you won't need a psu upgrade.
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