need a good PCI-E card for around £130

  FGP 20:16 04 Aug 2005

any recomendations?

  herc182 20:36 04 Aug 2005

geforce 6600gt. cant be beaten for the money.

click here

  Dan the Doctus 20:38 04 Aug 2005

Not too hot on graphics cards, so best wait for someone who knows what they're talking about, but this one looks pretty good click here

  wjrt 20:39 04 Aug 2005

click here

worth a read

  Dan the Doctus 20:39 04 Aug 2005

Hmmm...bit slow there :P

  dagwoood 20:45 04 Aug 2005

Further to here182's post, here are some more(slightly cheaper)PCI-E 6600GT's click here

HTH, dagwoood.

  Dan the Doctus 20:54 04 Aug 2005

Hmmm link don't work, but I would go for herc182's suggestion anyway.

  herc182 20:58 04 Aug 2005

dagwood. those cards at the top are standard Nvidia 6600 not GT. definately worth getting the GT over standard 6600.
this shows performance of most pci cards at the mo. notice the difference in 6600 and 6600GT

click here

  FGP 21:02 04 Aug 2005

cheers guys. any make you think is better than others. i'm not that hot on this stuff and they all look pretty similar?

  Carpigiani 21:16 04 Aug 2005

Just following on from your other thread.

If you want to make sure that your motherboard does have a PCI-E slot, before you spend your dosh, take a look inside click here shows how the connections differ.

  dagwoood 22:18 04 Aug 2005

If you scroll down the page, there are 5 GT's at the bottom :)

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