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This is a perfect example of useless benchmarking. Adding a PCI-E card to this system, and displacing the Duron system 2-3 years from now allows me to get a current MB and CPU for my own work. Otherwise Ati only offers the X700XT which is the equal to the geforce 6600gt in every respect except Doom III where the 6600gt shines and Halflife 2 where the X700XT shines. Sure, it is fast; but, it will not get across town twice as fast as one that has a limit of 90 MPH because there are obstacles in the way--other cars,

So based on that i would recomend a XFX GeForce 6600GT AGP 128 MB. /F Reply Reply With Quote Tuesday, 28th December, 2004,10:08 AM #3 Allanon View Profile View Forum Yes, if the video cards were compared in the same systems, the AGP wins, hands down. Should I get a motherboard with AGP x8 slot still or will PCI-Express be the new king in 12 months? Unfortunately WE are a small fraction of the market.

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You know nada about MPEG too. The new cards Ati is releasing could very wel result in a lowering of videocard prices across the board (both Ati and Nvidia) thus enabling you to get a better videocard By DonTadow in forum Miscellaneous Geek Talk & Media Lounge Replies: 3 Last Post: Wednesday, 25th April, 2007, 11:06 PM [Video Card PCIEx16] What should I get for $100? I'm looking at a 939 ATI Xpress 200 (w/integrated graphics) board with PCI-E.

AGP Video Cards ", & it seems to me this is what he's asking....ie. There are other things than video cards, too. No PCI express cannot achieve this speed. AGP is dependent on PCI for decompressed video being delivered to it.Click to expand...

Video cards aren't even close to using the bandwidth of AGP. You're free to buy what you want, but there is absolutly no reason to build a new AGP based system. PCI-Express. PCI express is about the backplane bandwidth.

Crap! #12 BFG10K, Oct 2, 2000 BFG10K Lifer Joined: Aug 14, 2000 Messages: 20,973 Likes Received: 20 If that's true, then why do I get 54.5 fps in Q3 (at this contact form The Pentium. Because a new videocard will probably do nothing to speed up photoshop. in which system would the video show better overall performance.

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Anyway, I do not plan to put together any new system 'til I can get a RAM memory which speed is >1000Ghz. Cool. If you're getting a new motherboard now, get PCI-Express (even though you might have to wait a few months before motherboards with PCI-E support for AMD CPUs drop down to reasonable


PCIe x16 might be a revolution for capture cards. #6 xtknight, Jan 28, 2006 Sonikku Lifer Joined: Jun 23, 2005 Messages: 12,604 Likes Received: 628 Since PCI Express debuted it pci to agp bridge? Forgotten your password? Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Computer problem?

In the long run yes, but right now you aren't going to notice any real difference. However I really need a new video card. If one is generating the images as in a video game its an AGP-satisfactory world, but if you are using it to deliver high-definition video at high refresh then the convention http://scifijumpgate.com/yet-another/yet-another-random-lag-thread.html Video Cards and Graphics Jan 27, 2010 nVidia should bring back the Voodoo line Video Cards and Graphics Aug 13, 2008 Dark4ng3l Diamond Member Joined: Sep 17, 2000 Messages: 5,061 Likes

Alex Ethridge, #2 Log in or Sign up to hide this advert. 2003/02/22 darkrats Inactive Thread Starter Joined: 2003/02/22 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 76 Computer Experience: Hello and welcome to PC Review. I'll stay with AGP for a long time. #9 MinusZero, Jan 28, 2006 MinusZero Junior Member Joined: Jan 2, 2006 Messages: 12 Likes Received: 0 I see and EVGA Video