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Hi , i wanted to know that which port does my motherboard has for graphic card and also want to know that which card should i buy for gaming purpose in range of 5000-6000Rs
my config is - intel d845gvsr motherboard, p4 processor , 1GB DDR1 ram ,80 GB HDD, DVD-RW, sound card n LAN card
also m havin a joypad so is it used with a graphic card?

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Ur graphic card should intalled in the pci slot means inside the mother board

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