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Compatible vid card for my foxconn P4M9007MB MOBO

Im looking for the right video card for mobo as mentioned and i like to play left 4 dead, call of duty 4 (online)and the latest Quake tell me what vid card should i use and im planning nVidia 9800 1gig is it ok?? or you have something better and budget is issue i could just bought the latest of nvidia im looking for the level of 9800 ok.please help

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You will be fine with nVidia 9800 ! thats perfect for your mobo.
Youst make sure you have enough of memory to, those games you talking about needs a lot of memory to work perfect.
I suggest you install at least 3GB memo, or even better 4GB. Thats the maximum of memory you can have on that mobo.

Here is the spec of your mobo
http://www.foxconnchannel.com/product/Motherboards/detail_overview.aspx?ID=en-us0000243



Good luck to you

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My brother gave me a ATI radeon pro vid card

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