I have a Dell Inspiron 560 with a upgraded power supply. This will be the only game I will be playing so I dont want to spend that much money on a video card. Thanks for the help
Look for a AMD HD 6750. Double-check the GPU and PSU wattage.
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Found this with a 10 second google search. http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...,3107.html
There's a hierarchy chart in the back, compare anything in hot deals with multiple thumbs up against that chart to find the best price/performance card for you.
Since you've opened up your computer for the power supply, just look inside. Is there space for the card below your PCI-e slot? You should be able to look at this link and see that you will need a double slot: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6814150540
Besides that, all graphics cards go in the PCI express slot of your motherboard. Do you have any cards plugged into your normal PCI slots, like a wireless card, eSATA or USB 3.0 card, etc? If so, you might have to unplug it.
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