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« on: November 05, 2007, 10:55:41 PM »

What does OverCloked means? That's for BFG Geforce 8600 GT OS. And also, it says that it has GDDR3, explain please what is it? In what cases GDDR3 can't be compatible with a PC? Mine is eMachines T5036. And one more thing, here:
Somewhere down, it shows the sockets(outlets, input, output?), dual DVI and HDTV, but wheres the standart blue thingy for monitor? My monitor is 17" 1240x1028
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« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2007, 10:06:31 PM »

You need an adapter to put between the DVI output and your regular VGA connector. It can be bought in any computer store.

Also make sure that your Motherboard can take a PCI-Express card, or you'll be spending a ****load of money on something that you can't use.

Good luck

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