which graphics card is better? my current "creative blaster ti4200 64mb 4x agp"or thisclick hereim not really up on cards as i havnt played any games for a while.
click herei pasted the wrong card!! lol i cant afford a 9800 the correct link is above
also i never stated why i wanted to upgrade.it is because i want to be able to play games like half life 2.
I'm currently thinking of a new card myself...what a confusing choice there is!!Try tomshardware.com at www17.tomshardware.com/graphic/20031229/vga-charts-09.htmlPoking around this site gives useful info. I think the big thing with your card is it won't support DX9, whereas the 9600XT does.I may get this card myself (looking at the ASUS version at the moment). Whatever you do, only have the XT version; "ordinary" 9600 are not too good, apparently.Skeletal
I don't always get the "click here" thingy in blue, but if you cut and paste the link, it should work!Skeletal
ok thanks man im taking a look now
I would keep the ti4200 and see how it plays half life2 and the new doom game. It will still work ok except for the dx9 shaders etc. Pci express is coming out this year with a new range of graphics cards. These are faster than agp cards.
pci express? PCI express means a new motherboard and possible new cards to plug into it. So basically we're talking major updates here.
Ah well, I did it. I ordered an 9600XT. I hope it works...worry worry. The web is full of stories about people who can't get cards to work with this that and the other MoBos!!Yes I have heard of the new standards, but it's always the same with 'puters; you just have to accept that the "latest thing" is out next week and what you have is obsolete.The XT comes with a token for half life as well, so that helps.I'll be fairly up to date for this weekend at least!Skeletal
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