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General inquiry This is the motherboard i have, it is powered by an unknown brand LPG6 - 500W PSU. I have one 512mb DDR2 667 module, but I'm budgeting on adding another for at least 1 Gb in all. I'm running XP 32bit on the system, and have a Pentium IV 3.2GHz CPU installed. I know its not the ideal gaming machine and its not worth drooling over, but i got it for a real bargain (R2500.00) and am working with what i have till i can one day start my practice as advocate and leach off my poor, unsuspecting clients, thus making enough money for something better... -vampire- jj. With what i have, I'm considering a PSU upgrade, RAM addition and graphics card upgrade (my old ASUS 7900gt fried, i feel the generic cooling solution wasn't adequate though it wasn't under warranty to get a replacement - ...3rd party dealer) Anyway, I'm now considering buying a new graphics card, as I'd like to play some of the high gfx games out currently, Oblivion (yes i still like it, worn out as it is) Far Cry, FEAR, DOOM3, Crysis (if possible), BioShock etc. Now, my question is, what make is best to buy for this purpose, considering my specs? NVIDIA or ATI? eVGA, BFG, Sapphire, XFX, Gigabite, Leadtech, ASUS...? Your insight is greatly appreciated, thanks

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