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Recommend me a video card!!!

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by bpanther, Dec 30, 2007.

  1. bpanther

    bpanther Regular member

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    I own a SAPPHIRE ATI Radeon 9250 pci bus ver 128MB ddr memory video card and i wanna upgrade to better graphics card so i can play my Monster Madness game ---can any one recommend me a card or somthing in a fair price "affordable" yet really good? or just plain better then my video card i have now? not sure what i should go with?
     
  2. REAM

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    well what do you put at a price point for affordable
     
  3. cee43ja1

    cee43ja1 Regular member

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    if you're stuck on pci, then it's best to find a 256mb 9250/x1300/x1550.

    recommended system requirements say that 1gig of ram should be installed. if you can, install 1gig.
     
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    bpanther Regular member

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    yes i have 1 gig of ram and i wanna spend under 200$$ if i can
     
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    cee43ja1 Regular member

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    most pci cards are under $100.

    if you have agp or pci-e x16, then the prices will be between $100-$200. most mainstream pci-e x16 cards are within $120-200. high end gamer cards will be in the $230+ range.

    go to newegg.com, and look at the video cards within your price range, and video card slot.
     
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    if its an AGP setup that you have... go with the Nvidia Geforce 7900GS... It runs about 150 USD on newegg...

    I wanted one sub 100.00 so I went with the ATI X1650 and for the price (about 70 USD on newegg), its a damn good card. Got it up and running without a hitch earlier today. I'm playing call of duty 4 at medium low settings on 1024 resolution perfectly.

     
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    ty very much guys
     

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