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Graphics card upgrade

Hello, I have a Packard Bell NEC PB34301501 and wish to upgrade the unit with a graphics card which will support 3D gameplay shooter, hopefully supporting HD and with the ability for dual screen output, but am unsure of the graphics card type supported by the board It definately has PCI but a Belaric printout (Of the hardware) is inconclusive to me as to whether it has PCI express. Can anyone suggest whether PCI express is infact possible on this model, and any other help welcomed, as I'm installing another internal drive which I intend to run as the master with the DVD player as slave to retain programs on the current original drive.
Thanks, Schmang

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    Schmang Feb 01, 2008

    Got a 8600GTS in the end.. good value still after 2 whole months!
    Just need to get the Hard Drive Set up now.. SATA connection through case onto spare slot on board.. does anyone make Sata interfaces to add to your Case I wonder? Could be a seller, that!

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    I have a HCL pc with GA-8VM533 Gigabyte Motherboard, 3 Ghz Processor, 2 GB RAM. I have planed to buy a SF-AG73GDH-U2-512 Nvidia GeForce AGP 512 MB Graphics Card. Will it work on my computer ? Pl. help somebody.



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Go for nvidia 8800GT. It offers great performance for the price and it even beats the 8800GTX in some cases costing only half as much.
If you want something cheaper, then 8600GT is a great card and it can fulfill all your needs

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  • 2 slots
  • 1x PCI Express 16X
  • 1x PCI Express 1X
  • any nvidia 8 series will support your game

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