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JP (jpalmer2004) First Officer

Hey guys,

i just wanted to get a heads up on putting a graphics card in my pc. Do you guys think i'll have any issue putting in a new Gforce graphics card into my Emachine T3958? it is a 340 Celeron D with 512 MB's

I just wanted to get a heads up before i go out and blow some mula.....

JP

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Fredericia01 First Officer

jpalmer2004 wrote:

Hey guys,

i just wanted to get a heads up on putting a graphics card in my pc. Do you guys think i'll have any issue putting in a new Gforce graphics card into my Emachine T3958? it is a 340 Celeron D with 512 MB's

I just wanted to get a heads up before i go out and blow some mula.....

JP

If it was me, then I´d save my money, and buy a new and up to date pc.

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acepilot32 Captain

from what iv heard emachines are not very good good computers so i would save up for maybe a Dell inspiron 530 or if have lots of cash get the dell xps

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Fatall First Officer

if you choose dell dont pick a old one.
the old dell pc's are have one block shall i say
you cant update important stuff in the old dell cause then it will damage the whole pc

new dell pc's dont have that anymore

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Germán Campopiano (Oberkomando) Chief Captain

Hi there, what about GeForce 8400 gt?, do you think it is acceptable?.

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

From what I can tell on the Internet, your computer does not have a AGP or PCi express slot to upgrade your graphics card. Most cards have either of these two interfaces. The only recourse would be to get a PCI card (not to be confused with a PCi express) which is not as good as AGP or PCI express. I have provided a link to a few, below. I would also buy more RAM to bring your computer up to its max of 2 GB. You computer is minimal, you may want to look for a better computer for Flight Simulator.

Arrow PCI cards

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