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Video card hey!!i need your help again:D i wanna buy a new video card and i'm in doubt for a NVIDIA 8500gt PCI-EX16 512MB DDR2 128 Bit and a Radeon X1550 PCIE 256MB DDR2(Ef 1 Gb!!!) 128 bit I enjoy games at high quality...what do you think...???what should i buy especially FOR GAMING??? thanks man!!!!!!

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    it's like this...i bought a conroe intel core 2 duo 2,4 ghz, a gygabyte p31-dsl3l motherboard fsb 1333 pci ex16 and 2 gb ddr2/800 mb ram.this is my system:) i only need a great video card for games.what would be your choice for a video card to fit for my system?i need optimum performance in games:D:D

    thanks on the hd problem...i bought a WD sata 2 16mb buffer...it's a beast:D!!!

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Hi ,

Appreciate the direct "Ask me" again.

On your last post, you specified your PC to have AMD Sempron 2400+ 512 Mb DDR2. (). Offhand, I would go for the Nvidia for performance but for durability, the Radeon would be better. Depends on how you want the video card used. Perhaps you may want to consider first is compatibility that is if your motherboard will accept a PCI-E video card. There are some versions that only have provision for an AGP video card.

Hope this be of additional help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

It would be appreciated if you could rate all the solutions that has been provided to you as you see it fit here, here and this one.

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    Louie Role Sep 14, 2008

    for gaming as coldhourz suggests, pls consider:


    • Nvidia GeForce GTX 280;

    • Nvidia GeForce 9800 GX2;

    • ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2;

    • ATI Radeon HD 4870; or at least a

    • Nvidia GeForce GTX 260.
    by order of preference.


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