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Recomended Specification of PCI-Express card for Video Editing


Audio~~Chip

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Hello

Can someone point me in the right direction for what specification I need to look for in a PCI Express Video Card for Win 7 Desktop, 8GB RAM, and a I5-2500 CPU please

Prefer it to be in the ATI type I got lost when I saw the breakdown of the ATI models.

Thanks

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KRONOS the First

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And your budget is?

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Audio~~Chip

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Hello Chronus

Budget I would say upto £100 but prefer something arround £60 - £80 if at all possible if it has to be nearer the £100 then ok.

Its for use of my son age 14 who is into making his own video clips, he's good but struggling on our old Packard Bell machine, I don't let him on my machines and prefer him to have is own.

Thanks for calling in

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KRONOS the First

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*Audio~~Chip. *

For video editing you generally only need a mediocre graphics card the RAM and CPU are far more important so I would look for the best for your budget.

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