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11-30-2009 10:30 AM
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12-01-2009 09:08 AM
Here is a link to your motherboard specs.
a PCIe X16 video card is what you need.
Anything on this page should suffice. Just look at the specs to ensure that the card is DX10 compliant They are all under $100.00
Try to purchase only a major brand. (ASUS, XFX,Sparkle) They actually have web support. I can't vouch for the no name video cards. They all use reference chipset design licensed and provided by ATI or NVIDIA as appropriate.
Upgrading to a 400-500W PSU is a good idea. Corsair and OCZ make superb PSU's. Look for the ATX12V v2.2 as it means it will have all of the requierd cables and connectors for the most (currently) modern video cards available.
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