Graphics card for vista

  restless 12:19 30 Jun 2007
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After running the vista upgrade advisor my pc will need a new graphics card as it wont support the Windows Aero.I have a radeon 9200 at present which is sufficent for me.Can you reccommend a suitable card that is not to costly to use with vista home premium.

Thanks

  Pine Man 12:52 30 Jun 2007

Mine is running perfectly on an NVidia GeForce 7300GS, which is very cheap. Not good enough for serious games but ok for Flight Sim etc.

  crosstrainer 14:49 30 Jun 2007

Depending on your motherboard, and what it will support: ie: do you have pcie? (pci express) support? There a quite a few cards that will run the windows vista aero interface without breaking your bank balance. You can get a few ideas from here click here or here click here

  restless 15:08 30 Jun 2007

Sorry should have said that it has to be agp.Im not a gamer so a low end card would be fine.

  crosstrainer 17:24 30 Jun 2007

Same links apply for agp, should be very cheap now, as most people have gone down the SLI PCIE route, I think you should be able to get hold of a card for about £50.00...look for 256mb of graphics memory if you can.

  The Kestrel 08:44 03 Jul 2007

I have the PCI-e version of this card in my new PC running Vista Home Premium and Windows Aero click here

  crosstrainer 08:50 03 Jul 2007

Thats a very good deal, restless, you would be hard pressed to beat it.

  restless 23:07 06 Jul 2007

I ended up going for the GeForce 7600 GS.Very pleased with it!

Thanks

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