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upgrading video card


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tcdubbs

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I am looking to upgrade my video card, i already have a decent one but i am looking for a bit more. Any suggestions on a good video card that would be compatible with my system would be great. I am willing to spend anywhere between $200-$300.
my computer specs can be found here- http://h10025.www1.h...product=4311961 (with an upgraded psu to 450)
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Digerati

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Have a look at this: Tom's Hardware, Best Graphics Cards For The Money: January 2011
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