Asus Nvidia Geforce 8400GS

Hi,i'm planning to buy a Asus Nvidia Geforce 8400GS DDR2 512 MB graphics card.my motherboard is d101ggc with 1gb ddr1 ram,450w PSU and its a p4 processor.this card's bus standard is pci express 2.0 but i only have a pci express x16 slot.is this graphics card suitable for my motherboard? suggestions please.......thanks in advance.
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  1. The card will work just fine, any particular reason why you are buying that card?
  2. Mousemonkey said:
    The card will work just fine, any particular reason why you are buying that card?

    Hi,thanks for your suggestion.i have chosen 3 cards according to my budget.among those ,this one was the least priced. just because of that i have chosen this card ,no other particular reasons........these are the 3 cards: 1)Asus ATi Radeon HD 4350 DDR2 512 MB , 2)Asus Nvidia Geforce 8400GS DDR2 512 MB , 3)XFX Ati Radeon HD 4550/512 MB/DDR2.............can you please suggest me among these which one's the best?
  3. For what purposes do yo intend to buy this card?
  4. What are you intending to do with the computer? If it's just 2D desktop stuff like surfing and a bit of office work then the el cheapo 8400GS would be perfect but if you intend to do anything more than that then you are going to need a bit more firepower than an 8400GS has.
  5. Mousemonkey said:
    What are you intending to do with the computer? If it's just 2D desktop stuff like surfing and a bit of office work then the el cheapo 8400GS would be perfect but if you intend to do anything more than that then you are going to need a bit more firepower than an 8400GS has.

    as you said,yeah,.. i'm buying this card for 2D desktop stuff and office work.....how about the other two cards i mentioned,are they worth for gaming?
  6. The HD4550 is the most powerful out of those three cards and is three tiers above the 8400GS in the Tom's hierarchy chart but is still several tiers below what are considered as the "gaming" cards.
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