Best graphics card for my PC.

  Giddz 02:39 11 Aug 09
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I have an Advent T9508, specs:

Windows Vista Home Premium

2.20 gigahertz Intel Core2 Duo
64 kilobyte primary memory cache
2048 kilobyte secondary memory cache

Board: Foxconn 45GM/45CM
Serial Number: UYQB72404874
Bus Clock: 49 megahertz
BIOS: Phoenix Technologies, LTD 6.00 PG 06/18/2007

PSU:
model number: iso-450pp
ac input: 230V, 4A, 47-63hz
max output power: 350W (+12V, +5V&+3.3V TOTAL)
18A
No 6pin PCI-E connector

I currently have a 7300GS and am looking to upgrade to a better graphics card WITHOUT upgrading my PSU and ideally for around £50 max.

What should I get?

  Armchair 08:23 11 Aug 09

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  Armchair 08:24 11 Aug 09

NB It draws all it's power from the graphics card slot.

  ztronicsalien 12:20 11 Aug 09

Well, I think NVidia GeForce Go 6800 256MB could be a good option for you although I am not sure that it is compatible with the configuration mentioned by you but as far as performance is concerned you can always trust NVidia.

Regards,
ServicedotZtronics,
Ztronics

  I am Spartacus 13:11 11 Aug 09

In admittedly synthetic benchmarks 3DMark06

6800 Ultra = 2646
6800 GT = 2302
7300 = 1612
Radeon 4670 = 9244

I'd be slightly tempted by the Radeon.

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