Hi, I'm Geox and my video card went to a better world so I've decided to buy a new one. It should be not very expensive (max 200Euros 140Pounds 250Dollars) and decent for gaming. Hope i get lot's of ideas! :D Thnx, Geox
What types can your motherboard take? And 200 of what?
I edited the last post about the price. About the kind of Video card my motherboard can take i only know that it's not a PCI express slot... where exactly should I look?
26th September 2004
Ore what kind of slot you got. AGP ore PCI e.
Look up your motherboard model on the manufacturer's website. If you don't know what model it is and who made it, download a program called CPU-Z (Google it) which will tell you.
I hope it's the right one (went into the graphic interface section)
AGP Version 2.0 Transfer rate 4x Max supported 4X Side band: not supported
AGP 4x. Ouch...how old is your PC?
Anyway, for £140 I'd suggest either a GeForce 7600GS or 7600GT. You should be able to get the GS model for around £90, or the GT for about £130.
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24th January 2005
a Geforece 7600 for an AGP 4x? would that even be worth it?
What are your computer specfications?
Well I believe AGP 8x was introduced in 2002. Which seems like a long time ago, but it could be a Pentium 4 or Athlon XP system (as they were first released around 1999-2000) which isn't too bad. On the flip side it could be like a Pentium 2 or something.
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30th December 2002
Dragokatzov;3392870a Geforece 7600 for an AGP 4x? would that even be worth it?
Apples and oranges perhaps, but my old Dell (Pentium 4 - Willamette) had AGP 4x, and it never seemed to bottleneck the 6600gt I had in it.
There's a max amount of bandwidth an agp 4x slot can handle, though I have no idea what that is nor how much the 7600gt can dish out. I certainly wouldn't recommend anything better than a 7600gs/gt for this pc though.