I recently bought a Dell Precision T5400 and man it is a workhorse compared to what I have been using. It has two quad core 2.0GHz processors and currently 16MB of RAM (which I intend to upgrade to 32MB). It has two separate 750GB hard drives and is running Windows 7 Ultimate. The only problem is that the display doesn't seem to be anywhere as good as my old computer is and I just bought a cheap $80.00 no name 1GB DDR2 card for it. My new Dell has a nvidia quadro fx 3450/4000 SD1 which I think has only 512MB of ram and the only thing it has going for it is that it has dual DVI connections for dual monitors only up to 30". I thought with all the video cards out today that I could find something reasonable to replace this with and still have the option of dual monitors but I would prefer not to be limited to only 30" monitors. I think this video card is just too old but I need advice because anyone at a store would just try to sell me one of the most expensive ones that I cannot really afford. I have plenty of room for video cards and can even run a dual space taking one of either type slot. Please help advise me. You can even look up the specs on my computer from the info above. It has an 850 watt power supply so I know that is not a problem. As a matter of fact I wanted to also look into some more cooling options to keep it cool. The case is 17.5" high and 18" deep and 7" wide. It is a monster to me, but that is what I wanted. I wanted one I could upgrade the way I want to. I get mixed up on the card slot names but I know it has 2 of the dual X16 Gen. 2 Graphic Slots ( I think those are the long ones with the little blue catch at the end to help hold the card) and it has about 4 or more other slots. Only one of the X16 is being used by the old card which I plan to replace and the other slots are empty. As always, Thanks a million for the advice and help you guys give on here. I hope someone has a decent solution for me. The only reason I didn't want to be limited to a 30" inch monitor is because I watch a lot of streaming video on the internet and I thought I would get one of those large 50" or 60" televisions to use but if I can't it's cool just explain it to me if you can please. Thanks again for any responses.