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Which graphic card is compatible for my pc

Hello,please suggest me for best and cheap nvidia graphic card compatible with :
1) Dell Inspiron 545s
2) win 7 home basic 64-bit(6.1, Build 7600)
3) processor Intel(R)core(TM)2 Duo E7500 @2.93GHz
4) 3 GB ram.
5) Display: Dell IN1910N(Analog)
Resolution: 1366 by 768 (dell recommended)
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  1. monitor resolution??
    gaming?
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    http://www.dell.com/us/en/dfh/desktops/desktop-inspiron-545s/pd.aspx?refid=desktop-inspiron-545s&cs=22&s=dfh
    Is that your PC?

    Well, that's a slim PC, so you'll need a low profile card, like HD5570:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102874
    Yes, it should work with your 250W PSU...
  3. Ya you investigated my pc correct but will that graphic card you suggested will enough for most delicate gamings
  4. ^^^

    Yep. I would agree.

    The HD 5570 has similar performance as the HD 4670. It also uses less power.

    The HD 5570 also incorporates DX11, but DX11 is a little more demanding than DX10 and significantly more demanding than DX9. The HD 4670 was considered as a "higher performing mainstream video card" when it was released. Now it and the HD 5570 are considered to be good multi-media cards because the performance envelop of more powerful cards are simply that much greater.
  5. Nikhil56 said:
    Ya you investigated my pc correct but will that graphic card you suggested will enough for most delicate gamings


    If you want a more powerful video card for gaming, then you need a more powerful power supply.

    The HD 5670 is the next step up; but I recommend a good quality 300w at the very minimum especially if you have quad core CPU in there.
  6. Normal card wouldn't fit into slim PC, but low profile card should fit.
    Anyway, HD5570 is the best card you can get without change PSU. :)
  7. wa1 said:
    Normal card wouldn't fit into slim PC, but low profile card should fit.
    Anyway, HD5570 is the best card you can get without change PSU. :)



    thanx....
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