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Hp a6313w sleeper build need gpu advice

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Rockinchops, Mar 20, 2009.

  1. Rockinchops

    Rockinchops New Member

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    I own two of these pavilion models
    one I bought at wallyworld for $500 a few months ago:eek:
    and the other I got on ebay also brand new in box for $320 shipped:banghead:
    I bought that one for my daughter

    I am looking at getting a gts 250 more then likely the Evga superclocked 1gb version
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130470
    One for the price and
    Two for the size

    I am sticking with the stock Hp case for now
    so I dont have alot of room to work with.
    If someone can tell me of some other cards I should look into for around the same price and
    size I would be greatfull.:respect:
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    There is the HD 4670, not quite as powerful of a card but they are pretty inexpensive...
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    I can afford to Spend about $180 total
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    The GTS 250 might be good enough for one of those systems... probably about the right amount of power to not be limited by the processor or anything. I'd probably just get the 512MB version if it saves any $.
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    Yea the 512 oc version is $139
    And the 1g is $164

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