Video Graphic Card upgrade

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zubcan

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My Current System:
CPU: AMD 64 X 2 Dual Core

Mobo: ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe Socket 939

RAM: 3GB:
1GB - OCZ DDR PC-3200 Premier Dual Channel - 184 pins DIMM sockets support
unbufferred ECC DDR400 (512 x 2) 1024MB
2GB – Corsair (2 x 1GB DDR 400MHz – 184 pins

VIDEO CARD: Nvidia GeForce 7300GS
HDD: 250GB WD
PSU: Antec 500 W
Case: Antec
Monitor: Samsung B2330H 1080p – analog, DVI and HDMI connection

I am planning to upgrade my video graphic card. Please advise whether any PCI e (express) card will work with this system ?
If not please recommend compatible graphic cards

Thank you

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You have a great board for running SLI.. I wonder if buying another video card just like the one you have and running it SLI would work better then any upgrade. I honestly dont know about SLI but i have seen some great numbers on benchmarks running SLI.

That board should support almost all PCIE video cards.
 

zubcan

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Thank you. It did not occur to me at all. Surely I would consider installing another video card, mbo has two pci e x 16 slots. I wonder whether both video cards has to be identical, like RAM

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Not same brand but the same GPU.. Nvidia GeForce 7300GS will work. pretty sure you need a cable to link the two together though.. should have came with the motherboard.. honestly I know very little about SLI.. I would suggest waiting for a better informed reply or asking at Anandtech forums.
 
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