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Sony Vaio Vgc Rb 30 Video Upgrade


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#1 bw179403

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Posted 10 October 2007 - 06:12 PM

Hey all Iím new here but had a question. I'm looking to upgrade the video card in my desktop and am not sure what kind of card I should be looking for. The info I have now is that my computer is a Sony Vaio vgc rb 30. and I believe it will take a PCI Express card but outside of that I'm really not sure what to be looking for as far as compatibility and performance. Any advice is much appreciated

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Posted 10 October 2007 - 06:30 PM

Your machine will take PCI Expressx16. You can also max at your RAM at 2GIGS. You can pretty much get what you want as far as video cards go. do you have an idea how big your power supply is
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