After now working out my motherboard can handle a 1x or 2x AGP graphics cards (thanks to the helproom yesterday), I am now wandering if anyone has any suggestions as to which graphics card I should maybe go for.
My budget would be up to £100 and Im looking for at least 64mb of memory on the card and sockets for tv link and for new flat screen monitors if possible (for future upgrading). Other than that Im lost.
I know know that it can only be 3.3V but don't know what else I need to know before buying one. Any ideas?
Thanks for the replys. I do realise JerryJay that I may be better off getting a new motherboard but I would ideally like to spend under the £100 on a card just now then perhaps a motherboard at a later date which would hopefully be compatible with the majority of hardware I have accumulated over the years. But thanks for the suggestion.
Bodi, thanks for the link. I have been looking a lot now at the various types. I do like the Radeon 9000 card but do not know which make would be best to go for. Saphire, connect 3d etc. Are there much difference between names? I also found one from Dabs Value thats much cheaper for a radeon 9000 but no other info about it.
Thanks again Bodi for the links. I think I have decided to go for the Sapphire 9000 Atlantis Pro 128mb. Appears to be compatible with my system and everywhere (including this website) say its a pretty good card. I've found it on ebuyer for £77.47 inc VAT and is the cheapest I could find, unless anyone else knows somewhere cheaper??
Ill keep this thread open incase someone else wants to contribute any words of wisdom before i part with my money!!