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Well, according to your link to the specs of your PC, the processor should not be a problem since it's a dual core. However, after thinking about it, an nVidia 8600 or 8800 both use power from the PCI ex16 and an extra connector from power supply. If the wattage on the power supply is to low, the video card could strain it. An nVidia Gforce 8500gt does not use an extra connection from the power supply. I would go with one of those.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
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Also, it can handle any pentium 4 processor that uses an 800MHz bus speed, because the highest bus speed that the GX260 motherboard supports is 533 MHz. The fastest processor available for the GX260 is 2.6 GHz.
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