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i wanted to upgrade my video card but i really don't know much about i wanted to buy the G force fx 5500 but i wanted to know if my computer could handle it. i have an intel pentium 4 with 2.40 ghz 503 mb of ram i'm not sure if i left anything out but anyhelp would be be appreciated
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Im sure it can handle it but post a link to it to make sure I am looking at the same video card you are.
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this is the one that i am looking at hxxp://reviews.pricegrabber.com/video-cards/m/2505977/ i wasnt sure if i could post direct links.
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That's a really old card, can you post your motherboard make/model?

Yes you can post links.
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if i'm looking at the right thing the model number is GLVA 845
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Download Everest Home edition and run it.

http://www.majorgeek...wnload4181.html

Once in, select the "Report" button (up the top), then when the wizard comes up, select Next, System Summary Only, Plain Text, Finish. A new page will replace the wizard, save it to file (on your desktop). Then copy/paste the top half of the text into your next reply.
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