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Video card upgrade

I just found out that the video card ati radeon x1950 xtx doesn't fit on the motherboard because it's too long. What is the best ati radeon that will fit on my motherboard?

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  • schuyler May 25, 2008

    sure if anybody can find something better great but I need to find a video card that fits on the motherboard and their seems no way to find that out.

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Why insist on an ati ...there are many other cards that would do the job or be much better than an ati.
why dont u try a g force one.

Posted on May 24, 2008

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