The card seems perfect for my low PSU (~220V) and slimline computer. Right now i am using 1 montior @ 1920x1080 and another at 1280x1024, I am kind of afraid that there might be some problem running both monitors with the radeon card having only 512 MB or that there might be a conflict between the NVIDIA and the Radeon cards. My question is that is there any way to make the two cards to work simultaneousness? As in i split the monitors between the two cards, or will installing the Radeon disable the NVIDIA integrated card?
for future reference, is it generally not a wise idea to switch from NVIDIA to Radeon, and that if i have an NVIDIA card i should stick to NVIDIA?
And the case, my computer right now has a 16 in 1 card reader that i have not seen on any other casing, how will i find a case that can fit that?
Switching between ATI and Nvidia cards will not be any issue as long as you run driversweeper before you install the ATI card's drivers. If you don't completely clean out the old Nvidia drivers they can sometimes cause problems, same thing if you go from ATI to Nvidia.
No, it doesn't matter at all really. You would just want to uninstall the drivers first before installing a card/drivers of the other brand.
Looking at the pics it looks like that card reader is built into the case. I don't think it can come along to the new one. If you really need one they start at about $10; http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=E...