nvidia card on ati motherboard?

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i have an abit fatal1ty f-i90hd board with the radeon x1250 chipset i want to put a nvidia card in will it run fine on it or do i need to get an ati card?
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Your fine ! they would want you too ( abit fatal1ty ) but it will work .
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thans i need more help sorry lol i have got only a 400w psu and was wonderin if i need to ugrade if to what excatly

also i am swaying to an ati card as i have an ati motherboard but wouldnt mind an nvidia xfx fatal1ty 7600 or 8600 or x1950gt or pro or x1950gt or x1650 pro or gt i know totaly difrent cards but i was wondering which one is the ebst value for money and peformace and power consumption wise and what psu i need i also have a e6420 one sata hard drive one cd drive 2 120mm fans and a wireless card for calculating psu thanks reply quick i wana buy :)
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x1950 pros are rather nice cards the the money right now, but thats if you can find one :)
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i can get my hand on one of them for around the 100 pound mark i need info on the psu?
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well anything above 500w should work fine, but if your going to want to upgrade to a higher quality card later on you might want to jump that to around 600 or more. Also video cards are starting to require 8 pin connectors along with the standard 6 pin. Might want to keep that inmind for further upgrades along the road.

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