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    Any NVIDEA gforce 2's are cheap, and they are all good cards for the most part. Nothing like the hardware that is top of the line now, but will provide all the recources you need for most anything. I would say the best card for the money ever is a Riva TNT 2 (nvidea chipset) Thats if you can get one. It's an old card but can hang with almost all gforce 2's.

    I have tried many cards. You can buy them and return them to the store if your not satisfied thats what I do. I used to do this alot B4 they became like 500$ I currently use a ATI Radeon 8500. Its better than the Gforce 3's. Have not tried the GF 4's or the ATI R' 9++ yet though.


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    It all depends on how cheap.

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    i hate to bust on you somebody but you know that reply was pure


    just messin with you

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    Originally posted by Blue_Seraphim@6 April 2003 - 01:10
    i hate to bust on you somebody but you know that reply was pure


    just messin with you
    I disagree with you there.

    It was to find out the price range he was looking for and what he wants to use it for.

    You can get something like $25 ATi xpert 2000 pro 32MB video card. (Don't get this if you want to play the latest games&#33

    Or even used if you want something cheaper.

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    I want a card that has like 100 fps in games and such.

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    You also need the system to back it up,

    Example: cant stick a g4 Ti 4600 into a 486 and expect to get 100fps on quake3.

    you need the system to back it up, any bottle necks will slow you down.

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    i have the same problem so i got a p4 1.4 ghz and 256 mb ram and i need a card that is higher than geforce 2 but the price has to lower than at least 150 canadian dollars.

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    umm 70 dollars on www.newegg.com

    for a ati radeon 8500
    65 dollars for an ati radeon 9000

    datz decent

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    http://www.pricewatch.com/

    I've been watching the Geforce4 Ti4200's. They're almost down to my range.

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