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Is it posible to get a pci express graphics card for under $100? it will be doing nothing more than playing halo pc. btw, my psu is only 250w... i think
 

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Originally Posted by Dcstegg228
Is it posible to get a pci express graphics card for under $100? it will be doing nothing more than playing halo pc. btw, my psu is only 250w... i think
the nvidia geforce 6200 128mb (w/ turbocache) is a nice cheap one, enough to support halo on the pc

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EDIT: damn! already posted by hp_pavilion
 

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You could get the card I've got, it doesnt need any extra power but that psu looks weak
 

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can i have a link plz
i live in uk, the site i use sometimes is www.savastore.com

the link of what i was on about: http://www.savastore.com/productinfo...CD45C05F4E9784

Itemcode: 10285521 (just incase the link dont work, enter that code in the site)

over here its about £38, in the usa it will probably be around $50
but im not sure if they ship in the usa
 

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i think there are plenty of cards out there if you are just playing halo... hell, my 32mb radeon 7500 in my laptop will play halo on full. granted, it doesnt look as nice, but it will still get great fps and look quite decent
 

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130260
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150114
here are a couple 6600's the 6600 will do everything you want and a bit more. I have a couple friends who run these and they play games like COD2 and Doom 3.

the 6600LE's are also in your price range.

I do want to say that you will need to upgrade your psu... basically anything you put in your system aside from maybe a 6200TC or a X300SE will run... but those cards won't be too much greater than onboard because they'll still use your system RAM (that's what Turbo Cache is)
 
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