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how do I ifgure out if a video card is compatable with my system?


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Glad you are happy with the Ram, the price is for 2 X 4GB sticks.

 

I could only find one GTX 650Ti/boost (I am in the UK if you were not already aware) and the supplier no longer has them, see here, is this the sort of budget you were considering paying for a card.


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around that, yes.

I wasn't aware you were in the UK. means even more that you helped me out!

http://simswiki.info...em_Requirements

this is the link with the supported GPUs.

if you look, hte GTX650ti/boost,  covered all the expansions well, and was with in my price range.

If you could help find another more affordable venture, I'd appreciate it.


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Always happy to help  :)

 

GPU

PSU

 

Let us know what you think.

 

Please confirm that the card and PSU will fit in your case before ordering any component.


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how can Ifind out if they will fit?


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Turn off the computer, remove the power cord from the wall socket, remove the side of the case, a visual inspection, tape measure, pencil and paper, measure and make a note of the size of the PSU and GT 220, compare them to the dimensions at the links that I provided. 


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ok, thanks. will do.


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