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Killi

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Hey people, just wondering if you can shed some light for me :blink:.

Im looking into replacing my rubbish GeForce FX5500 because its starting not to cop with some of the newest games :whistling:

I want a new graphics card which will not take a lot out of my wallet, bare in mind im only 17 and trying to save 3k!

Id say my budget is around £120-150... can i get anything tht will pretty much have me sorted with high end graphics for some time to come??

Any help on my situation would be greatly appreciated....
Thanks and Respect...
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stettybet0

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New DX10 cards are coming out soon, so anything you buy now won't have you set for "some time to come." If you can wait, I recommend waiting a few months for the DX10 cards.
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