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Upgrade for Graphics Card

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Ohliger, Jun 21, 2009.

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  1. Ohliger

    Ohliger Thread Starter

    Jul 28, 2006
    I'm at the point once again where my current graphics card is starting to lag behind the software produced. I currently have an ATI all-in-wonder X800 series card. The rest of my system is working great so I would just like to upgrade the graphics card. After mistakenly purchasing a new card that didn't fit my slot, I am asking for advice for the most high-end graphics card that will fit in my current slot. I'm guessing by the specs on my current card that my slot is a apg 8x (?)

    What would be your suggestion???
  2. displacedbeachbu


    Jun 18, 2009
    The standard appears to be PCI Express today as far as buying a new card check tigerdirect.com that is where I found mine... i do not have PCI Express but wanted 512MB and HD quality.
  3. dustyjay


    Jan 23, 2003
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    Please post your system specs, To include Make and model System if Big Box, or same info for the followong it custom or home built, Mother Board, Processor, Ram, Video Card, Hdd(s), Optical Drive(s), Power Supply Manufacturer Model, Wattage and Amperage on the +12V Rails, OS, and any other peripherals installed on the motherboard.

    With this information we can better help you.
  4. Ohliger

    Ohliger Thread Starter

    Jul 28, 2006
    Desktop Sony PCV-RS520(UC)
    Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3GHz
    Memory 1024RAM
    DirectX Ver: 9.0c
    HDD: ST3160021A

    Microsoft Windows XP, Service Pack 3

    Current Video: All-in-wonder x800 series (ATI)
    Chip: ATI Radeon Graphics Processor (ox4A4B)

    Monitor: ViewSonic VA720

    Sound: SoundMAX Digital Audio

    Drives: HL-DT-ST VDV-ROM GDR8162B
    and Sony DVD RW DW-U114A

    Power Supply: Delta Electonics DPS 266-AB A
    max output: 266.2W
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