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need a video card replacement for Netvista 2254G04


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WallyD

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I need a suitable video card replacement for a netvista 2254G04 currenty using a vnidia GeForce2 GTS. Need a card that will use the current power supply>
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Hi WallyD :)

I need a suitable video card replacement for a netvista 2254G04 currenty using a vnidia GeForce2 GTS.

You need to provide your maximum budget and let us know what the main use will be school, work, internet etc also why do you want a replacement card has the GTS failed?

Need a card that will use the current power supply>

Some models of Netvista pc were shipped with a 250W and some with a 300W PSU the card at the attached link requires 250W http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814139165 let us know if this is what you are looking for.
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No gaming involved....Don't need a heavy weight video card....just need a replacement becuse the GTS is failing and causing error reports 15-29 time a day. Microsoft saya it's failing because it does not support DirectX?? Just need a working card. Thanks

Edited by WallyD, 09 August 2011 - 12:32 PM.

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A less expensive option will do then http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814187045
I would feel more comfortable if this card was fan cooled though.
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