Im very aware that the mobo is well past it's sell by date but it will be a lot cheaper to get a new/old graphics card rather than updating the mobo, cpu,graphics card etc.
My questio is what would be the best graphics card to buy?
Here's a couple i've seen:
Chronus is right. Any of those you note would do a job for you, so go for the dheapest. At the low end of the market, there's really not much to choose between e.g. ATI and BVIDIA cards (personally, I'm an NVIDIA fan, but that's probably only because the only ATI card I've got trips me up every time I reinstall it, because it requires .net 2.0 to be installed beforehand). I have several PCs, and I've fitted them all with 256MB graphics cards (the important thing to me was dual monitor support) and I have no problems with e.g. YouTube. At the low end of the market, you might - just - get away with only your 300watt PSU, too. It'd be worth checking the system requirements of whatever you do choose.
There appears to be a system with monitor as well for £12 in my local paper. With Vista so cannot be that old. Specs are a bit jumbled up and no mention of graphics. I don't think that the 0 at the end of 12 is missing but perhaps it is.
Good luck with the new card.
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