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Will it work

Im running on a dell dimension 4550 with 512 mb of ram and im looking for an agp graphics card to replace the ge force mx 420.
Im looking at play.coms X1650 512mb as a replacement. It says that it works with an agp slot but other sites have different opinions. basicaly will the X1650 work on my AGP 4* slot.

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  • georgebowley Jan 29, 2009

    thanks but ill see if a few more people confirm this

  • georgebowley Jan 30, 2009

    ill just add that i do plan to upgrade to 1gb of ram.



    And people report their pcs blowing up because of this card

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When upgrading the graphics card, you should definitely consider upgrading the Ram too.
I recommend a ram of double the graphics ram (in your case 512mb) at LEAST.

so go for 1gb or even 2gb, the prices are ultralow!


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Ya it works definetely.

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