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Looking to be a new video card, looking to buy around the £100 price range, have been looking at the ATI 4850 but they're so many different 4850 versions I don't know which to get and which would work with my PC, because I don't want to buy it then later on find it it's not compatible with my PC. I'm wondering what information do you need to find out whether a graphics card is compatible for my PC or not, and how do I find that information (through a command)

Thanks (Sorry I'm not very good at computers)
 

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what motherboard

what power supply

brand
model
wattage

the m/board model will be printed on the m/board

look at the label on the side of the psu for the details
 
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