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Question by Lloyd
Submitted on 12/25/2003
Related FAQ: alt.comp.hardware.homebuilt FAQ Version 20 (modified 06/18/97)
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Graphic Card Upgrade.
Currently I am using nvidia GForce 2 MX/MX400 running on AMD XP1600 on Abit KG7Lite motherboard with 512MB PC2600 DDR SDRAM.What graphic card can I use to improve performance and quality with my existing specs.Hope you can help.
Thanks
Rgds
Lloyd


Answer by ariel
Submitted on 1/30/2004
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im ariel

 

Answer by Anonymous85
Submitted on 4/1/2004
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Depending on what you want to be running on your computer system? Are you a desktop man or a gamer?

nVidia model graphics cards:

For Desktop working use a low model GeForce Ti or FX, such as Ti4200 or FX5200.

For games use nothing less than the GeForce Ti (Ti4600) or FX (5700 - 5900/5950 !!ULTRA!! anything less than an Ultra isn't worth it for games).

ATI model Graphics cards:

For Desktop a 9000/9200 would work as good as any nVidia, and even better than the MX series of nVidia cards.

At the moment ATI run the best gaming cards, such as the Radeon 9700 Pro/XT 9800 Pro/XT (again, nothing less than a Pro or XT).

NB: Gaming cards are very pricey and are normally sold for $300+ (USD) (200+)

 

Answer by pop
Submitted on 7/20/2006
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is an intel(r)82865G Graphic's conreoller
good as or better than g force 2?

 

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