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Video CArd Choice for Budget Computer

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Well im building a computer for a family and they wanted a computer that wasnt to spendy and just for mostly office work...this is what i got them

ECS nforce-3 MOtherboard + Amd Sempron 3100 socket 754

Western Digital 80gb HD

Kingston 512mb ram (2x256) Give advice if its good or bad..cause i have never used kingston

Video card- Im looking for not a such hard core one just something with liike a 128 i was thinking of this one but im still not sure plz give some feedback

Geeks u havnt let me down i have saved a bunch of money cause u guys r here i would appreciate it if u can help me again thanks :tazz:
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If its just for office only any video card will work really.. Now if you want to play any games at all, list the games and then its a totally different story. You need to tell us for shure if there will be any games at all on the pc.

They have other ati 9550's in stock at newegg. A 9550 will probably be okay for you but I need to know what games at all are planned on playing. It has 6.4 Gb/s memory bandwith and is certainly fine for a office pc, on games the other hand its not so hardcore at all lol. :tazz:
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