Gaming Which graphic board should I get?

Trinta

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Hey guys!I want an advice, I am currently using an nvidia 9400 GT 1 giga graphic board and I had an nvidia 7800 and..nothing changed(exept the fact I can play at full speed empire total war) but I still can't play with high graphics old games,more or less old games with maximum graphics like assassins creed and devil may cry.
Assassin's creed I can play with medium-high graphics(even though when I bought this nvidia 9400 I wanted to play with HIGH-HIGH graphics) and devil may cry 4 medium-low.
So I want to know wich board should I buy?Actualy I want a board that can run assassin's creed 2 at medium graphics(or high graphics if you guys find a cheap one).And I have preference for the nvidia series but if guys find an powerfull ati radeon for an cheap price so be it.
And I KNOW that assassin's creed 2 DIDN'T went to stores yet, so for those guys who says:"how the heck should I know that?!" think in a game(recent) with kickass graphics.
 
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I would say go for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 295 it is extremely fast and only about 430 euros.
 

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yeah tnx for the advice but there are 2 problems:1 will It run on my pc? and 2 the price.
first problem: my computer have an high-low configuration i can say:
Windows XP
Intel core 2 duo
2 gigabyte of ram
150 giga of memory
ddr2
second problem the price:I live in brazil south america,and problem is because the euro is an way stronger coin than ours, all that comes from europe is like this: the graphic board-430 euros x 3: 1260 reais(our coin) with that I could buy an xbox 360 and 1 controler or an game....
 

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I doubt it will even fit in the case dont even worry about all the other problems from bottlenecking to not even satisfying the power requirements
 
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