Optiplex GX270 Compatiable Video Cards Tags: Graphics Cards Games Graphics Last response: November 11, 2011 12:20 AM in Graphics & Displays Share halligood November 10, 2011 11:18:19 PM Hi, I'm trying to figure out what would be a good upgrade for what I'm currently running. These are my specs. Dell Opti GX270 P4, 2.8 ghz 1.7GB of RAM Sapphire Tech Radeon 9600 series card, 256MB AGP Windows XP Pro (SP3) Standard Dell 250 Watt PSU My current card does some games with no problems but others won't run at all. I can play Crysis, STALKER series, Doom3 and other games but games like Fallout 3 just fail. Any suggestions would be appreciated. More about : optiplex gx270 compatiable video cards gnomio a b U Graphics card November 11, 2011 12:20:55 AM P4, 2.8 ghz ^Theres your first reason you cant play those games Upgrade cpu, mobo and gpu wise are required if you want to play those. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumDell Optiplex gx270 video card ForumOptiplex GX270 video boot issues ForumGraphics card in an optiplex gx270 ForumGraphics card for dell optiplex gx270 ForumGraphics Card For Optiplex GX270 ForumHelp deciding whether to update dell optiplex gx270 ForumDell Optiplex GX270 ForumRadeon x850xt in an optiplex gx270 ForumCan an optiplex gx270 run wow? ForumUpgrade Video card on Gx270 2.8Ghz 512Mb 40Gb to support DirectX9 and run MoHPA ForumDell Optiplex gx270 video card ForumSSD Freezing on BIOS from cold boot Dell GX270 - help? ForumNeed AGP card for Dell GX270 ForumDell GX270 motherboard replacement ForumNew Build GPU Question. BF3 Main Game(getting rdy for BF4) ForumCan a Replacement Graphics Card Kill the Video Output on Motherboard? Forum[Solved] Backward compatibility with graphics cards? ForumI have an asus motherboard and an ati 1gb card along with it. planning to add on ForumGraphic cards for core i3 32bit 2GB ram ForumConnecting 3 monitors to one 6990 video card with windows 7 More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !