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Upgrading Vidcard/RAM


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iammykyl

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Gday.

Looking for a bit of feedback from you.

Did you buy a video card? how is the performance?

Did you find the right RAM.

 

Thanks. 


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Kysaro

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Sorry for the slow response

 

I've not yet bought the videocard as the people at the store adviced me into not buying it yet because it needs a 300 Watt PSU, seeing I only have 250 all 3 of them said they dont believe it will work.

But I've just bought a 400 watt PSU so im going to buy it today.

 

Furthermore i tried looking up the RAM you told me too, but it was all sold out and got some advice on buying an 8gb RAM card wich i currently hold in my pc now!

 

 


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Thanks for the update.

If you don't mind, out of interest, what PSU and RAM did you buy?

Is the new ram in the computer and running OK?


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