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Old 08-29-2009, 12:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What Graphic card is right for Me?

I am a gamer, I play alot of MMO's and My integrated Graphics are not cutting it!

I have a Emachines W3650

*300w power supply
*2g RAM
*I have 2GHz Celeron processor if you need to know that.

I mainly play World of warcraft so something that could let me play Maxed Graphics with no lag and high FPS.
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Old 08-29-2009, 12:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You sure about the 300W? The specs say 250W. At least you have a PCI-E slot.

What is your budget? That will be the main limitaion for you. If your budget is enough you may eb able to get both a GFX card and better PSU.

Since your CPU is a LGA 775 you could possibly upgrade it, too. Your motherboard can handle Core 2 Duos, Pentium Ds, and P4s up to 800MHz FSB.
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Yes It is a 300w I was just looking at it and My budget is limited to 150-200$ I might consider the new CPU
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If you want a good graphics card, I'd be worried about the PSU.

You could get a Radeon 4850 plus a new power supply (anything by Corsair, PCP&C)
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