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What Video Card, supporting the latest popular features, would one on a tight budget be looking at? Say around the range of USD$55 (SGD$90), HDCP Ready, DirectX 10 support... feeling challenged? You shouldn't, with one such as the POV GeForce 8400GS around. Cheap, full-featured, and most importantly, a ton of overclocking headroom for maximum value out of your 50 bucks. We tested a Zalman passive cooling solution on it as well, the VNF100.
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Nice card for a budget system....like really budget
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Well the card isnt really meant for gaming lets face it. However with abit of tweaking you can push some more out of it.
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Sweet new card!

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pretty nice little card, very over clock able
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wow, i might get one to replace the crappy asus 7100 that is rebooting my second rig everytime i close media player classic (hooked on my TV)
    
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great for an htpc
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great for an htpc
That's why I'm going to buy one
 
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anybody know a store in the US tha ship in canada. with the exchange rate right now, i can save a bunch


is the thing even out yet, it's not on newegg
    
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...GeForce+8400GS
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