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There are a lot of graphics cards available that will work in your PC. The key, is that the card you select needs to be PCI bus type. Check the game box's list of requirements to see supported graphics cards, and buy one that matches. Most graphics cards use a number system to describe the 'power', by assigning a larger number to the model to signify greater capability (a 9500 card is more powerful than a 8500 etc.)
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