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Reply Dann Albright November 17, 2015 at 8:58 pm Thanks for the input; that's all really good to know! Also, you’ll need to make sure that there’s enough power being put out of the supply to keep everything in your computer up and running. Does anyone have feedback? Cross-reference this info with the graphics card you want to buy.
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