What is the best Geforce PCI

woodcomp

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You might be able to find some retail box Geforce 2 ecards at your local Best Buy etc. in PCI. In OEM the only companies I have seen with them are Daytona-Palit, Jaton, and Chaintec. They all have a Geforce2 MX line in PCI. I would upgrade that motherboard and CPU and do a new video card all at the same time if funds permit.
 

AnAndAustin

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;) Yup, GF4MX420 are by far the best PCI solution. I believe Creative also offer PCI gfx cards. GF2MX/MX400 are still decent. However, do consider changing you mobo as you will likely get a GF2TI or GF4MX440 AGP for the same price as those PCI cards. Not only that but even 64MB gfx RAM will become limiting very soon, and this is a huge deal for a PCI gfx card. You can get an AthlonXP1800+ for $74, 256MB DDR $44 and very good mobo for $55, very nice boost for $173! This would enable you to upgrade to any gfx card you like, and will be VERY beneficial in the long term.
 

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