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Griff

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Ok, first off, i hade the saphire x600 and it didnt run call of duty (my main game) so i sent it back, it did run the new splinter cel demo tho. so im looking for a new GFX card (have intigrated in this one) and despretly need help.

this is my computer.
Dell dim 4700
P4-3.0
512 ram
80gb hd
and the thing that i dont know will work is the power i have as dell says...
Power
Input Voltage: 100 to 120 V at 60Hz, 200 to 240V at 50Hz

Output Wattage: 305W maximum continuous

Heat Dissipation: 853 BTU/hour (fully loaded - w/o monitor)

Backup Battery: 3.0 V CR2032 coin cell

So with that can i still get a 6600GT?
http://www.newegg.co...TC-pr1c3grabb3r
or possibly a x700
http://www.newegg.co...-123-148&depa=1
By the way, how is ABIT? they ok to buy from? seems to be best deal

my main question is will it work in my computer? i really need help, would be appreciated much. and if they will both work, what do you reccomend, i know the GT is faster but is it really the better one?
thanks

Edited by Griff, 08 April 2005 - 08:46 PM.

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