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Will my PC handle a new GFX card? (images related)


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James Woolford

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I was simply wondering if i decide to getter a better end GFX Card (this one usually plays crysis 1 on a small resolution and mid gfx quality) but over time, it seems to be less capable (probs because the amount of stuff on my pc and the fact i may need to update the card) ANYWAY, i was wanting a "good" gfx card (doesnt have to be amazingly great) just enough to say run GTA in high detail, say between £100-£200, is it possible? or will i need to upgrade my processor also, then a load of other things, which would end up being cheaper to buy a new pc.

Here is my DXDIAG also "My Computer" properties, don't know if you need anything more, just ask ill try to help:

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Thanks in advance.

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PSU: MAX 600W

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