Quiet video card for the programmer..


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... need a very. Absolutely and irrevocably behind marketing mayhem going on in the market hardware, therefore, appeal to the collective mind.

Need: quiet and reliable PCI-E graphics card with support for two monitors on her part and with its complete and seamless support of Windows 7/Server 2008. Special games have no plans, so nothing extraordinary is required.

Thanks in advance.
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I have 2 years worth of GeForce 8600 GTS with passive www.overclockers.ru/images/news/2007/04/18/giga_01.jpg
+ no noise at all
— occupies 2 slots
card is very happy even
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don't know how much it costs now but then about 120 bucks worth, now is cheaper, but for the money you see.
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IMHO, the 8600 is a little expensive if purely for the programming... you can take 7600 rubber is heated not strongly, if you need to buy mini-cooler for$ 5 titaniumalloy at the next radiobazar, which doesn't make noise... now just a bundle put dad in a mini-itx...
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You are interested in, for example, ASUS ASUS EAH4350 SILENT — passive cooling travami all great, cost$40.
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Here and here. The first CUDA compatible, the second physically smaller. The Linux problems should not be.
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I would be looking in the direction of the line nVidia GT 2xx
not a bad performance, you can even play in something average
Again, CUDA, and so all possible bonuses in the future and now the joy of watching 1080p with a relatively weak processor.
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I use Palit GeForce GT 240, noise less than any Winchester.
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