PCI Graphics cards Help!

  blueboybrough 20:55 31 Dec 2005

hi guys just decided to do some gaming on my pc. it is a dell dimension3000 i know it has pci slots but does that mean it supports pci express cards?
from a confused wannabe gamer

  SG Atlantis® 21:04 31 Dec 2005


you need just a plain old PCI graphics card.

pci-express is different altogether,

  SG Atlantis® 21:08 31 Dec 2005

click here

that's the best(value) I could find.

  Diodorus Siculus 21:08 31 Dec 2005

Does it have an AGP slot? If it does, that will be much better for gaming than regular PCI.

  Diodorus Siculus 21:11 31 Dec 2005

Dell Dimension 3000

* Includes 17" CRT Monitor
* Uses Faster PC3200 DDR


* No AGP/PCI-E Expansion Slot
* Lacks FireWire Ports
* CD Burning Software Extra"
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Seems no AGP :-(

  Strawballs 21:15 31 Dec 2005

click here This is the sort of card that you want

  SG Atlantis® 21:19 31 Dec 2005

strawballs for five quid less in my link he can have a fx5500.

novatech 50 quid for a fx5200
pcworld 44 quid for a fx5500.

  Strawballs 21:22 31 Dec 2005

It was just an example of what he needed if a better deal can be found then great

  SG Atlantis® 21:27 31 Dec 2005


happy new year all of you!

  Longhouse 22:31 31 Dec 2005

selection of PCI graphics cards

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  Reevesy 11:08 01 Jan 2006

How about this one guys:
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Will the GeForce 6 series not be better than the 5200/5500 stuff?

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