QUOTE(dispn0ygonekrazy @ Jan 23 2010, 12:54 AM)
yeah these cards are huge haha how big is your case? I see your mobo supports PCIe x16 cards which is good but not the 2.0 version, Most cards are backwards compatible for pcie x16 1 be sure to check that out. How much money are you willing to shell out? If you're going for an upgraded video card check and see if your psu has enough power to support it. plus is the new vid card for gaming?
Yeah, not sure on the size of my case, it's quite small, the motherboard fits with a hard drive next to it, that's about it.. I bought a new psu before the last card, not sure what I have, I think it's 700w.. I wasn't aware of the usb version of the card the last time.. :/ I'm wanting to keep it below 175, but not afraid to go up to 200. overall, visuals, not just for gaming.
QUOTE(Maccabee @ Jan 23 2010, 12:54 AM)
This should fulfill all your needs. /g/ calls it the poor mans card, but it could play crysis without bottlnecking.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16814150450
never heard of the brand, i'll look for more reviews.