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Need help finding a video card.


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kannibleklown

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As the title says, I am looking for a video card, that will fit into this computer

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Its a very very small case, and im having trouble finding something that is cheap, yet good enough to play most games on atleast low-med quality.

The 9200 built in just isn't good enough.

Preferable a site that delivers to Canada.

Thanks in advance!

Edit: also, the power supply is quite low, so a card that will work with that to, would be great.
But if it's just not possible, recommend a cheap power supply that would work with this computer to?

Edited by kannibleklown, 31 March 2011 - 01:02 PM.

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Troy

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http://www.canadacom...&item_id=030149

How does that look?
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iammykyl

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More LP cards. > http://www.canadacom...rice=0&x=33&y=9

You get a lot more choice from Newegg, (Canada) > http://www.newegg.ca...ype==

You will need to find ot the exact size of the PSU and what is required for your selected card.

Edited by iammykyl, 01 April 2011 - 05:46 PM.

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Well, which one would you guys recommend? I currently have $40 on my atm.

not saying thats my limit tho
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If you wanted anything more powerful than what I linked, definitely would need a PSU upgrade.

But if you want to just cover the basics, what you have posted in Post 1 above, games on low-med quality, then the one I linked should be enough.

Other than that, if this were my machine for games, I would grab a new case and PSU and move everything over before any more upgrades.
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