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Video Card Dilemma


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Almo Ranazz

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I need help choosing a good video card for gaming because the one that I have now is a bit slow when it comes to 3d rendering. My PC's specs are as follows:

1.8GHZ Core 2 Duo, 1066MHz Bus
3GB 667 DDR2 memory
Geforce 8500GT 512MB 256 bit
550Watts power supply

I'm thinking of buying one of the i-Chill video cards, can anyone tell me the difference between i-Chill's Xstriker, Zalman, and Arctic cooling? I'm confused with these video cards because their specifications are almost the same. Also, what are the requirements if you are going to buy an i-Chill video card. If anyone can respond within 24 hours I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you very much.
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fenzodahl512

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It's just the cooler (heatsink/fan) which is placed on top of the card.. All of them are great cooler.. More information about it below:

http://www.inno3d.co...chill_about.htm
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