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For sellers, Cardpool offers up to 92 percent of your card's value; for buyers, it offers discounts of up to 35 percent. Buyers: Cardpool sells both physical and electronic gift cards.
You can search for cards via category and refine your search by type, value and percent off. It offers a day balance guarantee from the date of purchase, which means you'll be able to use the full value of any gift card you buy within days.
Sellers: Cardpool buys both physical and electronic gift cards. The service will pay for you to ship your cards to it and pays out via mailed check or Amazon gift card.
CardCash is an online gift card marketplace where you can buy, sell or swap gift cards. The service buys gift cards directly from sellers and sells them directly to buyers; you can also choose to trade your cards at a slightly better rate instead of taking cash.
For sellers, CardCash offers up to 92 percent of a card's value; for buyers, discounts of up to 35 percent. Buyers: CardCash sells both physical and electronic gift cards.
You can browse cards by type physical or electronic or by category. Most newer power supplies should have these cables, but older power supplies will not.
You can get adapters to connect to one of the other cables, but you may be better off replacing the power supply anyway if it's that old.
Measure the space where the graphics card will go. Graphics cards have gotten quite large, and if you have a small case with tight spaces, it may be difficult or even impossible to insert the card you want.
Use a tape measure to measure the space where your graphics card will be inserted. Check this space against the specifications of the graphics cards you are looking at.
Make sure to pay attention to the width as well, as many of the more powerful cards can be quite wide. A graphics card may take up the width of two PCIe bays, but it will only need to plug into one slot.
Check your motherboard's compatibility. If your computer was purchased or built in the last ten years or so, chances are that it uses PCIe.
If you're trying to upgrade the graphics card on a really old computer, you may be stuck with AGP unless you upgrade the motherboard as well.
There is no standard, however, so refer to your motherboard's documentation or look for labels next to the slots. Part 1 Quiz What should you consider before buying a new graphics card?
If your current power supply can handle the needs of the new graphics card. If there is enough space in your computer to hold the new graphics card.
If you need the highest graphic settings or not. The quality of your CPU. All of the above. Want more quizzes? Keep testing yourself! Part 2 of Power down your computer.
Make sure that your computer is completely powered down before you work on the inside. Unplug it from the wall once it has been completely powered down.
Disconnect the monitor. Your monitor is most likely connected to your old graphics card, so disconnect it from the back of your computer before removing the old card.
Ground yourself. Whenever you work inside of your computer, you should make sure that you're properly grounded.
An electrostatic wriststrap attached to the bare metal of the case is the most convenient way to ground yourself when working in a computer.
You can also ground yourself by touching a metal water tap with the water running. Remove your previous graphics card if necessary.
If you are upgrading, you'll need to remove your old graphics card before installing your new one. If you were using your motherboard's on-board graphics card, you may not have a card to remove.
Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the screw that is securing the old card to the case. Unplug any cables connected to the old graphics card.
Undo the latch underneath the back end of the old graphics card PCIe. This latch helps secure the graphics card, so make sure to unlatch it before pulling the old card out.
Gently pull the old card directly out of the slot. Pull the old card straight out of the slot. You may have to be firm, but don't force it out.
If you can't pull the card out, make sure that the latch has been released and the Phillips screw has been removed from the card's bracket.
Remove any additional bay covers if necessary. Many newer graphics cards require two bays on the back of your computer.
You may need to remove the protective panel for the next bay if you haven't used it before. These panels usually pop off, though it varies depending on your computer case.
Insert your new card. Make sure that there aren't any cables obstructing the slot and that none will get stretched underneath the back of the card.
Push the card firmly down straight into the PCIe slot until you hear it latch and it is evenly inserted. Secure the card to the case using Phillips-head screws most cards will come with a couple.
Make sure to secure each bracket if the card takes up multiple bays. Connect the power supply. Most new graphics cards require at least one 6- or 8-pin connector from your power supply, usually along the top of the graphics card.
Make absolutely sure that you connect all of these, as your computer will likely not boot if your graphics card is not properly powered. Due to the way that the pins are configured, the plug will only fit one way.
Don't force the connection, but make sure that the connection is secure. Close up the case. With the graphics card firmly seated and connected to the power supply, you can close up your case and move on to the software side of the installation.
Connect your monitor to your new graphics card. When plugging your computer cables back into your computer, make sure that the monitor is now connected to one of the ports on your new card.
If your monitor is very old and your graphics card is new, you may need an adapter to connect the monitor. Most graphics cards come with these adapters.
Part 2 Quiz What will you probably need to do if your graphics card is new and your computer monitor is old?
Install new graphics software. Use an adapter to connect the card to the monitor. Update your monitor. Part 3 of Thread starter Gadget Start date Jul 2, Status Not open for further replies.
I will soon be building an away from home system. I want to take the Personal Cinema card from the home computer and put it in the away from home computer.
Question: What is a good, inexpensive NVidia based card for the home computer replacement? I thought of just getting a FX not sure what mfg. Any suggestions?
We aren't gamers, but will be using video cam's logitech for nightly visits. Also, what is a decent surround sound speaker system to use with my Asus MB?
When I was a kid, we would play marbles and try to win the best and most decorative marbles from our friends. The skills that this taught me remain today.
There are many reasons that swapping is great for collectors. Going to a swap meet with fellow collectors is a great way to meet your people. Like minded folks who share the same passion as you.