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Bigger graphics card

Hi...can you tell me what graphics card i can buy for this motherboard to let me play football manager 2009?

i need 128mb+

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  • smokemon1971 Nov 04, 2008

    Grade 'C' Asus 256mb Nvidia Geforce 7600GS Silent PCI Express SLi Graphics Card





    would this one run in my motherboard?



    would i need a new cooler

  • smokemon1971 Nov 07, 2008

    i put a NVIDIA geforce 7300 GT in my pc and football manager 2009 works amazing..cheers voidzzz

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NVidia 6600 series or above should do fine for you.

For best bangs for buck, go with 7600 series

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This link shows your board & its specifications.
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