|You really need to expand your computer hardware knowledge. Is it too much of an effort to read the articles I post for you?|
I can't suggest a graphics card unless you tell me which games you want to be able to play, what frame rates you're hoping to play them at, what size/type of monitor you have, what resolution you want to play the games at, how much you're willing to pay for a card, etc. But since you want an answer, I'll go back to the suggestion I made to you a couple of weeks ago - the Radeon HD 7770 with 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 memory. It's not a top of the line gaming card but it's certainly no slouch. It's a decent "bang for your buck" card that can be found for about $100.
"dwhat power supply i would need E.G 500, 600?"
Wattage is just one thing to consider when choosing a power supply. You don't necessarily have to pay a lot, but the PSU should meet ALL of the following:
- conform to the latest ATX12V or EPS12V standard
- 80 plus efficiency certified
- active PFC
- single +12v rail of at least 30A (more is better) ***see below
- +3.3v & +5v rails of no more than 25A each
- enough connectors for your needs with long enough cables (especially if you use a case with bottom mounted PSU)
- reputable name brand
- at least a 3 year warranty
*** the +12v rail amperage has to be calculated based on the CPU, graphics card, # of HDDs & optical drives, etc. 30A is just a ballpark minimum.
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