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If you are going with a DX9 you must go for the 1950 series which are cheap these days. As stated before we need to know your budget before we can find the right card.


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As stated in an earlier post my budget for a video card is around 250-300 dollars for the video card

my total budget for the build is about 1800 Au NOT for the whole system


ok so its worth paying a little much more for the G0 stepping then yeah???

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It's your call, you get a 100MHz MAX difference between the two steppings.
Sorry if you have already done this (can't find it), can you give me a link ot the site you plan on purchasing these parts so that I don't drive you over budget.
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There are two sites that i have been using as research and i will probably buy the CPU, Motherboard, GPU, HDD and the LCD from there from the local store which is found at:
www.i-love-pc.com

(just because they are cheaper)

and the PSU, RAM and the case from here:
www.techbuy.com.au
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