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Help to identify ATI Graphics Card

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Hi Guys,
Hoping someone can help me.
I have a card which I want to upgrade to but I cannot identify the model.
The only info I can find on the card is as follows:
S/N 09011200103
P/N R155005120128.
Any help to identify it would be most appreciated.I've tried a few of those programs that search your machine and identify components but nothing is picking it up.
I'm running [bleep] Windows Vista Home Premium.
Cheers for any help,Bigbear.
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If I may chip in, is this your card http://www.amazon.co...s/dp/B000SHKJLU
ATI RADEON HM1550 512M DDR2 PCIE: from what I can find the HM means Hyper Memory and it is not the model name of a manufacturer, this appears to be X1550.
Have you tried going to Start and then typing in dxdiag.exe in the Start Search box and then clicking on the display tab for the card details.
Can I ask, if you are upgrading the card why are you concerned about the present cards details, your MB details will determine what card you can upgrade to PCI, AGP or PCI-E and you have already stated the present card is a 512M DDR2 PCIE type, apart from whether your new card will fit in your case and if your PSU is good enough to power a potential new graphics card you have all the info you need.
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The HM1550 seems to come back to a Gecube branded X1550.
This particular card was available in AGP and PCI-Express, but as you run Vista I'd argue it's a PCI-Ex.
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