I have a Gateway DX4200-09 7B3P091G, with a 2.40 gigahertz AMD Phenom 9750 Quad-Core processor on a Gateway RS780 motherboard. I am looking for the best i can get under 200 bucks. I want to run HDMI to my 46" LCD. I do want to play games on it, most are slow at 1080P on my integrated video card. HD 3200 btw. I know im going to have to upgrade my PSU, id say at least 600. So now what?
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  1. If you find a graphics card you like, just buy a DVI to HDMI cord. HDMI is literally DVI and audio, but your graphics card doesn't broadcast audio, so for a computer DVI = HDMI.

    The best card would be a NVidia GTX460 or I think ATi HD5770 depending on your affiliation.
  2. Here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125334
    The GTX460 for $200 should play most games on 1080P on high with smooth framerates.

    You MIGHT have to buy a uHDMI->HDMI connector though, as im not sure if gigabyte included one. (probably they did)

    Make sure it fits and you have a sufficient PSU (like 400W+)

    If not, you might be able to get by with a HD5770.
  3. Yeah but im being told that i should look for 256bit at 1Gb. Am i really going to get 1080p truly on something like that, or should i not even bother with HDMI and go VGA?
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