Low Profile Graphics Card

  Neighbourhood 09:15 31 Jul 2007
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Right, now that all you guys have convinced me I don't need a new processor can anyone recommend a really good low profile graphics card (PCIe) - I want to run ghost recon and HALO 2. I don't want to muck around changing brackets as I just want to plug it in and play (lazy sod I know!). looking to spend circa £100. Currently a Vista machine HP s7750.uk slimline.

Any genius out there who can help gets a gold star (metaphorically)

  umbongo(uk) 17:59 31 Jul 2007

click here

this is the best i could find you will have to remove the plate for it to fit n get a smaller back plate
linked below

click here

  citadel 18:01 31 Jul 2007

specs say one pci expansion slot, nothing about pci express slot. even if it had a pci expess slot there are no decent low profile cards that I can find. you would probably need a better psu even if there was one. better off getting an x box.

  Neighbourhood 22:02 31 Jul 2007

deffo a PCI Express

  X™ 22:14 31 Jul 2007
  X™ 22:29 31 Jul 2007

BTW, that's a little over budget, but a hella good card.

  umbongo(uk) 23:00 31 Jul 2007

citadel if you take a look at the motherboard it shows pci-e slot .but yes specs say lp pci

x that too big for his case

Neighbourhood i suggest you link this question to your original post so others can see what you have

  Toffly 23:50 31 Jul 2007

For ATI click click here

For Nvidia click click here

Plenty of cards under £100 on there

click here - £92, highest end Nvidia for under £100, 8600GT 512MB GDDR3

click here - £69. Hihest end Nvidia card for under £100, 2600XT, 256MB GDDR3

  Neighbourhood 01:39 01 Aug 2007

toffley - cheers for the tips but it must be a low profile card, anything bigger wont fit.

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