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graphics card advice


DLMLUS

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Hi I own a acerx3950, running w7 ultimate. I need advice with the possibilty of replacing the onboard graphics(intelHD). My acer has a i5 cpu with 8gb ddr3 memory. The problem i think may be the the PSU which is only 220W also the acer is low profile.

If possible could you advise a card or is the on board graphics OK. The computer is mainly used as a htpc.

Thanks Dan [email protected]

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KRONOS the First

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If you mainly use the PC as an HTPC then why do you feel the need to upgrade the graphics card?

Could you post a link to your PC?

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DLMLUS

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Chronus

Thanks for your reply,Link below My comp has a i5CPU the one in the review is a i3 The reason i have asked for advice is, If i don,t need to buy a card i,ll save money.

http://compreviews.about.com/od/sff/gr/Acer-Aspire-AX3950-U2042.htm

Thanks again Dan

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KRONOS the First

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If your only going to be using it as a HTPC then a graphics card is not necessary and on-board graphics is fine.

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DLMLUS

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Nice 1 Chronus

Cheers

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