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Need advice on upgrading GFX card for Dell Dimension 3000


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oldmanneedinghelp

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Hello there

My son has asked me to try improve the computer we have but unfortunately with Christmas close i can't afford to spend too much. Hes wanting to play a game called WAR and i was looking at the requirements and we meet them all apart from the GFX card.I'm still using a old Dell Dimension 3000 as my PC and have never upgraded something before so was wondering if you could please offer some advise, doesn't need to be the greatest GFX card as he doesn't mind playing on low GFX until i get a new PC. My budget is preferably £50. Someone at work said this might work but i want your expert advice please

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No, this card won't work. The card is a PCI-express card and the Dimension 3000 only has PCI slots.

Here's a decent card that should work with your computer...It is a US site, but I did the conversion and it came out to about 40 pounds...Dunno if this helps any...
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hey jt1990 thats the vid card im needing for my dell
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