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Video Card Upgrade - I want to know if it will work before I buy.

I have a machine with a Intel D915GUX Motherboard. I've upgraded the memory and now want to get a video card that will support the advanced features of Vista. The device I'm looking at is a {copied from buy.com} XFX GeForce 8600GT 512MB 128-bit DDR2 540MHz PCI-E Dual DVI/TV-Out SLI Ready Video Card - PVT84JYAJG They emphasize the PCI-E bus, but I'm not sure the motherboard will support it. Can you tell me if this will work, and if not, can you offer a suggestion for an upgraded video card that will?

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According to this site here, yes it will.

Expansion Slots Two PCI
One PCI Express* x1
One PCI Express* x16

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