Which Graphics card suti me

Discussion in 'Graphic cards' started by steelwin, Apr 3, 2006.

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  1. steelwin

    steelwin New Member

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    please tell me what kind & BRAND OF graphica card i can use for the system.,

    p III , 810 chipset board , 128 mb RAM ,

    please very urgent
     
  2. QwertyManiac

    QwertyManiac Commander in Chief

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    Most 810s dont have an AGP slot... so even if u have one it will prolly be AGP 2x which is no longer supported... Seriously, very seriously, you need to upgrade within a month... U can opt for old PCI cards tho... but they are worthless buying IMO...

    Ps. Remember to quote yr budget while asking for some buying recommendations :)
     
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    I had an 815e board and it had a agp 4x slot, so i presume even this one has the same . Go for a nvidia 5200,
     
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    Third Eye gooby pls

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    dude u have to upgrade to a new mobo n processor.then think of buying graphic card.
     
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    MysticHalo Your Maker.

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    810 has only a PCI slot. try getting a XFX GeForce 5200 card, which is available in 2 versions-:
    128 MB= Rs 2500
    256 MB= Rs 5000-6000

    I would recommend the former coz both have the same GPU, and increased mem isnt going to make much difference.
    BTW, upgrade ur RAM to the max possible to improve the performance of the PC as a whole.
     
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