Wooh! Good link to the card. I didn't know they made 9400GT with that much memory on them - for $35 that is too good to pass up. good point about the daily deals that Newegg has been running - I jumped on a few things before (P/S, cases, memory) - extra couple of bucks off, free shipping, and newegg stellar rep - can't go wrong.
I picked up the PNY 9800GT 1G NIB for $100 (local shop).
Newegg had them for $149, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16814133243
Couldn't pass that up. Not too bad of a board, not a super killer GPU - but for the price and what I intend to use it for (games, some programming, driving a larger LCD) - was a the perfect deal. Runs about 40C-45C at idle, but gets as high as 80C-85C when loaded - can't really complain, as it is a power hungry GPU with the reference single slot cooler. But it does run a little hotter that I would like. Tried exterior coolers - already have a pretty decently sized case fan, the PSU fan is also blowing down onto the card - but it still runs hot.
Also dumped the Antec Earthwatts 430W PSU for a BFG Tech GS 650W. Bought it locally - probably could have gotten it cheaper at Newegg or elsewhere - but he also threw in a BFG Tech GS 430W with the purchase - a "twofer". So was a decent deal. 650W replaced the Antec in my HP box. The 430W will go in the wifey's upstairs machine and the Antec will replace some POS 200W PSU in my son's computer. As these new kid's games are starting to get up there is system requirements. Surprisingly, some of his LEGO and RPG games are starting to put a strain on the Radeon X1650 Pro. We'll see if adding a beefier PSU and some extra memory will help out - if not, I might have to "upgrade" one of my machines a little sooner than I expected.