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Hi ! I have a Dell OWG855 motherboard with a GeForce 7900GS (256MB). Could I go for a 1GIG graphic card ?

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Yes, a 1024MB video-card would work, but what are you doing that would benefit from such a high-end video-card?

Are you trying to drive a high-resolution (1920-by-1280) monitor, at high frames/second rates?

Is your CPU fast-enough to support a high frames/second rate?

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