I am currently running a 2 year old MESH PC with the following spec:Windows XPASUS A8V Deluxe motherboard (939 pin)AMD Athlon 64 3500+ processor2GB DDR memory300GB hard driveNvidia GeForce 128MB DDR Fx-6800LE (AGP) graphics card385W power supplyI am looking to upgrade the graphics card, and two have caught my eye: Sapphire Radeon 512MB X1950 Pro, and BDG GeForce 512 MB 7600GS (both AGP).Can anyone let me know how I can be sure they are compatible with my system? Also, Have you got any better recommendations?Thanks.
I'd say scrap both and get an AGP 7800GTX, its the most powerful AGP card on the market. Stick with Nvidia though.
x1950 pro is good or 7900gs agp or 7950gs agp. 500w or 600w power supply of quality, look for one with 80%+ efficiency, modular psu's are good and save you from having a birds nest of wires inside the case.
"AGP 7800GTX, its the most powerful AGP card on the market. Stick with Nvidia though."Not according to this:-click here
The X1950 pro is the better card for the money but as citadel has said you will almost certainly need a new power supply, the ones supplied with branded PCs are just not up to it.
As you've taken the trouble to tick it as complete, would you like to let us know what card you eventually plumped for?
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