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# 106674 29-Jul-2012 11:42
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Hey,

I am looking to replace a failing GeForce 8500 GT in a general family home use pc.  What would be a good card to replace it with?




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  # 663630 29-Jul-2012 15:26
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What is your price range?

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  # 663634 29-Jul-2012 15:29
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Not much really 0 - $150 200max




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  # 663801 30-Jul-2012 08:13
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You don't need a $150 graphics card unless you play games. Try this one

http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=407842

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  # 663812 30-Jul-2012 08:45
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If no or just light gaming I would even go with:

http://www.alphacity.co.nz/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=93956

which if you prefer not to pay be direct credit can also be had here:

http://www.aquilatech.co.nz/productDetail.asp?idProduct=GR6450

Nice and quiet too.

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