A quick question: I was reading an article on net the other day about building you own rig and how important it was to match the CPU/FSB and the RAM etc etc (ie 800FSB with dual channel DDR400 etc). It also mentioned that even if you do all this wisely a wrong choice of graphics card could strangle it and you'd have wasted your money in buying carefully. I have selected all my other components for an upcoming build but I am not a gamer so don't need huge graphics performance so was going to save money on the card - now I'm wondering if this will be a mistake. I only want DVI output and 1600x1200 capable, don't need TV-IN, dual support etc etc. How do I determine from the specs of cards what is the "correct" speed match for the rest of my hardware? Or am I being misled by this article? All help appreciated. dr_m Components: MSI875P Neo M/B Intel P4 3.0 FSB800 CPU TwinMos PC3200 DDR400 (2 x 512 sticks) WD 40GB 7200 rpm Samsung SpinPoint 120GB 7200 rpm 8mb cache Asus CDRW 52X X-Case Metro inc 350W PSU 2 x 80mm Cooling Fans Win XP Pro DVD writer to follow once 8X dual formats settle down. I was going to go with a 64mb Sapphire 7000, which is cheap, but I need help on a good choice at a keen price.