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twistedcloud

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Well, like the title says I need help with a graphics card. I just bought a dell 8400, and I wanted to know what the best card would be within the price range of 100-150 bucks. I really don't know crap about computers so any help and some info would be appreciated. :tazz:
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what kind of interface slot does it have for graphics AGP or PCI-E x16, this will make a difference in the type of card you would buy and alos the price. if you want to just look around for some different cards www.newegg.com usaly has a good selection for a good price.
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PCI-E x16, I looked at newegg but I really don't know the difference just that the more they cost the better they are I am assuming.
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