Good morning/afternoon/evening gents. For the past few months, I have been having some... well, I wouldn't call them problems as such, but "disappointments" with my dear computer. While it runs as sweet as a roasted chestnut when doing everyday tasks such as browsing etc, she seems to be substantially less punchy when playing games. Frames per second in the tens of... ones. Settings on the "abacus" level etc. A friend of mine has taken a good look at my system innards and (aside from recoiling in mock disgust and uttering such sentiments as "you played Grand Theft Auto Four on this thing?") highlighted a few areas that could raise quality levels from "tolerable" to "comfortable". For reference, my system specs are: Anyhoo, he noted two major, relatively painless and comparatively easy areas to make improvements to, namely the RAM and adding a video card. As my budget isn't unspeakably opulent, limited to around £50 at the moment, he suggested it would be far better to get a notable upgrade in one area rather than a titchy sidegrade in another. So, in deference to this advice, I did a deal of research. The main problems, as I saw them, were power demands, and, of course, price. It's a damn confusing market... I came up with this, seems to tick both of my boxes in terms of performance and cost, but I'm not one hundred percent sure as to whether or not it will work with my hardware. So, as this sort of thing is you chaps' bread, butter and jam, I have three questions: 1) Is this a decent product that is value for money? 2) Will it work (in respect to my system specs)? 3) Would better quality RAM be a better investment? Really appreciate any advice you'd be capable of giving, a thousand thanks for your time!