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1234 My system configuration is : CPU : Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 @ 2.53 GHz RAM :2x1 GB Motherboard : MSI G33M I want to buy a graphics card for me after a week. Please help. Which graphics card would be a better for me??? I've searched the net and I have selected the Zotac Geforce 9800 GTX Amp! as my Card. What is it's price.Please tell me in nc. Is it ok for my PC, also, I have seen that the RAM slots in the motherboard are too close to the PCIe slot. Will the graphics card fit in the PCIe? One more question, sometimes my monitor's colour gets too dark(say, blue or red). Why does it happen so? Thanks very much...

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Yes it does seem like the Mother Board might not take the video card, but it will. The memory slots are going to be very close to the video card, but if you look at the two products (mobo and video card) you'll see that the video cards PCIe insert fin is on one side of the mammoth card, and there is plenty of room below the PCIe slot on the board to accompany this video card. What you might want to do is just make sure you have the proper PSU wattage to handle that killer card.

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