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My Go 7600 is dead and i need a new one, does anybody know what cards could be smililar at size.
I dont know what connection it is, the 2 slots where the card sits are about 1-1,5 inches long and quite thin.
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My Go 7600 is dead and i need a new one, does anybody know what cards could be smililar at size.
I dont know what connection it is, the 2 slots where the card sits are about 1-1,5 inches long and quite thin.
It's PCI-E first gen, first gen doesn't mean anything good or bad, just means the amount of bandwidth it's capable of.


Tell me if your card looks like this, it's a low profile card. If you know what full sized cards look like you'll know the difference.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-100-_-Product

Below is an idea of a full sized card, only pay attention to how wide it is, not length.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-149-_-Product


If you don't have to have a low profile card then literally any card that doesn't need external power would work in your pc, provided you physically have room for it. I bought a 9600 GT 2.5 years ago for $100 and it's indescribably better than your Go 7600. And even the 9600 GT is just bout 4 years old I think, so It's ancient.
Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 4/14/11 at 6:43am
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Are you sure it's a Go 7600 ? From what I see online the "Go" part means it's a laptop/mobility version which wouldn't be a card, It would be chipsets on the laptop's motherboard.
Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 4/14/11 at 6:51am
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Be better just to get a new laptop. They haven't made that GPU for a couple years now and the prices of those still being sold are outrageously high. More worth it to just buy something new entirely. Perfect excuse now!
     
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yeah maybe, but still everything else well and i would still like to have it working
because a laptop isnt the nr.1 priority on my list

So if anybody has any info what cards may fit let me know
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