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Topic # 76467 2-Feb-2011 19:57 Send private message

I have an Intel DG31PR motherboard with a LG Flatron TFT monitor with 1 VGA port. Can I use 9600GT graphics card with it? What is the present price of 9600GT?

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  Reply # 434619 3-Feb-2011 07:21 Send private message

Guys can anyone help? I really need it.

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  Reply # 434622 3-Feb-2011 07:43 Send private message

Yes, you can put a 9600GT into that motherboard, although I just checked pricespy and there were none in stock anywhere, so you might have to look at a newer PCIe graphics card.

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  Reply # 435135 4-Feb-2011 06:59 Send private message

Does it work on a 450W power supply?


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  Reply # 435174 4-Feb-2011 09:10 Send private message

Depends on rest of your PC, but in general yes, a 450W PSU should be OK for a 9600.

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  Reply # 435571 5-Feb-2011 07:19 Send private message

@xpd thanx for the information.

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  Reply # 436333 7-Feb-2011 15:23 Send private message

Got my 9600GT and its working fine. Thanks a lot to the both of you. Can I play black ops with decent framerates and high or medium settings?

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