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New graphics card needed

This is what i have in my pc and would like to upgrade can u tell me the best graphics card for my pc spec please.
System Make MEDIONPC System Model AWRDACPI Main Board Make MICRO-STAR INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD Main Board Model MS-6533 Main Board BIOS Award Software International, Inc. Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG AWARD - 42302e31 20020813 Processor Description Intel Pentium 4 Number of Processors 1 Processor Clock Speed 2530 Mhz Graphics Description NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 420 Memory Installed 1024 MBs Memory Slots 2 slots Memory Configuration 512 512;DIMM

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  • pezny Oct 06, 2008

    but which one is best for my system please, need names coz its all jargon to me.

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Thanx

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If your looking for a fast graphics card u will be limited to mostly 256 mb nvidia chipsets.

lots to choose from. go to www.tigerdirect.com

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