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    1900gt cards in P150

    Has anyone tried to put a 1900gt card into a p150.
    2 - Does it fit.
    3 - Does it cause any other problems.
    4 - Is it noisy?
    5 - Will it be too much for the neo he 430?

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    6. Do 1900gt cards exist yet?

    edit: seems so in a couple of places
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    Yes
    Shouldn't do
    Depends on your pain threshold....its certainly not quiet
    Probably but not if you plan to overclock it. Fortunately its no where near as hungry as the rest of the x1800/x1900 series

    Sound/power review here: http://xtreview.com/review134.htm

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    I heard there are some 1900gt that have quiet fans. Does anyone know of any?
    Also, would you recommend the 1900gt for the P150?
    Its just that it is going for a decent price and its hard finding reasons not to buy.

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    http://www.custompc.co.uk/custompc/r...ntec-p150.html

    That review should answer most of your questions.

    The x1900gt is pretty reasonably priced, think you can get it for £150 at Ocuk. Its a single slot cooler which I don't think is too noisy. It's probablt one of the best value cards around at the moment although a 7600gt at £80 is pretty damn good if you look in the bargain section.

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    Thanks dark horse

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