• You need to find out what expansion slots you have available (that are empty) on your PC. They could be PCI, PCI-E, AGP (most likely the latter two). Then you can choose a product that fits into an available slot. If you have no idea what kind of card to buy, this site has a good comparison of grades of video cards. Although, it is a bit techie for some people. If you are adding a video card to replace the onboard video capability of your motherboard, you will want to disable the onboard video in the BIOS once the new video card is installed.

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