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Another question Hi, I have another Question : i want to change the video card, i find dwo but i don't know from this two witch is better(it is for another pc)this : Gigabyte nVidia GeForce 7600GS, 256MB, AGP or this : Placa video ASUS GF7600GS 256MB 128Bit, DVI, TVout, AGP 8x (memory1 GB (Memorie Kingmax TSOP DDR 512MB PC3200 400MHz +Memorie Kingmax TSOP DDR 512MB PC3200 400MHz). Thank you !!!

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Hello again,

nowadays asus and Geforce are the markets leader ... I would suggest to go any of these by dependin on the features...

1. Memory
2.Additional features
3.Cost (Expense)

If u Find asus cost a little lower than Geforce then go for it, As it has additional feautures.

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