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What Graphic Card could i buy?


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Had you not been replying to your own topic, you may have received the help you sought. When a topic shows replies, many techs will assume you are being helped...you have nobody to blame but yourself for not getting help.

The first issue I see is that you don't have a big enough PSU....you should be running 450 Watts at a bare minimum. We'll need to know what mainboard you have to be able to find out what GPU's will run with it.
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Yay, Is this what your talking about well hear it is:

Boston (Asus M2NS-NVM) Motherboard
Name: Boston
Type: µATX motherboard
Manufacturer: Asus
18-08-2006

Also: http://support.packa...;ppn=PB82105101

Edited by JoxonDandry, 28 June 2008 - 09:14 AM.

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Your board does support the PCIe 16X cards so you have a wide range of GPUs available to choose from. EVGA, ASUS, and ATI all make cards in your price range and performance requirements.

TigerDirect

NewEgg

That should give you some idea of what you're after.
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So all i need to buy is PSU + Graphic Card? Will i need to somehow disable my GeForce 6100 Nforce 405? how would i disable it? maybe mytemperatures will go up?

Edited by JoxonDandry, 28 June 2008 - 12:37 PM.

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