Mid-Range Workstation Graphics Card

I am looking for a graphics card, price range $100 - $250. I have dual monitors (1920x1080) I want to run on dvi, and use the system mainly for my engineering courses. I have done some research
and know that I want one of the workstation cards and not a gaming card, but havent been able to get much beyond that, especially as it seems a lot of the workstation cards dont say they have win 7 support.

For those who can use the details:
The system bogs down if I have more than 3 or 4 parts in an inventor assembly, and with 20+ I can crash autodesk inventor if I am not careful.

AMD Phenom II X4 975
16gb DDR3 ram
Whatever graphics capability that came on my motherboard.
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  1. Entry level card like this is much better than your IGP http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814195109
    It comes with a HDMI to DVI adapter so hooking up two DVI monitors no problem and it supports win 7 http://www.amd.com/US/PRODUCTS/WORKSTATION/GRAPHICS/ATI-FIREPRO-3D/V4900/Pages/v4900.aspx#4 most do.
  2. I was a little hesitant with that particular card (and others like it) because they do not say they have win 7 support. I was wondering if anyone could advise me on that aspect as well. As a side note, I have also begun to use the same machine as a media pc (blu-ray drive, digital copies, etc.) and was wondering if a workstation type card would affect this.
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