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Old October 16, 2011, 06:41 PM
upcoast604 upcoast604 is offline
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You need to know if your psu is good enough, that a side I wouldn't go higher than a gtx 460/560 or ati 6850 under $150. Your cpu will bottleneck those but pricing is good on them these days.

Most cards come with a dvi to vga adapter that plugs into the back of the card.

There are other cards cheaper that'll be better than what you have ati 5770/5750, 5670, nvidia 550ti, gts450.

That review also has the gts 250 $50-$70 and 5750 in it ^^.
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