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I would like to upgrade the graphics card, now using. GF6200 but this doesn't like my new widescreen monitor. Is there a different card I can use that will see the monitor and produce a better picture from the stretched version that I have at present. Currently running XP with P4 3.06 processor

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Look for an nvidia 9800 serias card, if you have pci-e.

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