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Campaq video card upgrade

I want to put a new video card, and i not sure what my matherbord can support. i now i can use pci exp 16. bat which one to buy?...the matherbord is ASUS -M2N68-LA LVY8 the power supply i have is 250V MAX..

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    vito deluca Apr 29, 2015

    i need the computer just to play 1080p movie, my processor is sempron 140-2.7ghz,dual core..what card i can use with out changing the power supply..

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Is the upgrade for high end graphics gaming? Most people upgrade for a more realistic gaming experience. So, we will assume this is your goal. Highest end gaming video card will cost around 400 US dollars. Not only that, you most also upgrade you computers power supply to handle the new card. A 400 dollar card and a 800WATT power supply. Of course, you must also look at your processor and memory you have in this computer. Processor: At least a Core 2 Duo or Quad, Assuming Windows 7 or 8 (32bit or 64bit), 32bit: At least 1GB ram and 64bit 2GB ram (Minimal) Double those numbers to get a better more efficiently gaming system.

Hope this helps you, have a great night and happy gaming.

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Testimonial: "i need the computer just to play 1080p movie, my processor is sempron 140-2.7ghz,dual core..what card i can use with out changing the power supply.."

  • Will Godwine May 05, 2015

    You can get a video card the supports 1080p, they will cost a lot cheaper and don't need a great deal of power.http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/produ...
    Copy this link or google 1080p video card for pc.

  • Will Godwine May 05, 2015

    350watt power needed..you might be able to find one that goes as low as 250watt or 300watt

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