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Video cards I would like to know if a new video card would be compatible with my computer. I have an XPS 400 that runs on XP. If there is any other information that is needed, pleas tell. Thanks.

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  • Codify Jun 19, 2008

    i whould now like to know about the 9600GT/GSO video card and if that will work on an XPS 400.

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    Sergio Scalfaro Jun 19, 2008

    i think yes this can be helpful for you cost less of 30 % of 8800
    he card has 384MB.

    GPU temperature peaks around 80° Celsius under 3D load. this is the really problem.


    9600GSO is about 5 to 25 % slower than 8800GT (and about 30% cheaper than 8800GT).

    So it is a fine card for the budget gamer, about twice the power of a 8600GTS.


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