i want to upgrade my video card, i currently have a asus agp v3800 deluxe. i want to go for a geforce based card.
i have a celeron 450 but want to upgrade to an athlon 900+ soon.
i just have not much money to spend in a video card so i want to buy a geforce mx card.
what's your experience with a mx card on higher clocked cpus.
should i buy a geforce 1 ddr card?
November 29th, 2000, 12:47 PM
The Geforce MX is by far the best budget video card, it kinda uses that whole bang for your buck deal.
November 29th, 2000, 12:56 PM
How about the Leadtek Winfast Geforce 2 MX DH PRO??? It seems awesome. It has Dual Head, temp sensors all over, and a giant heatsink with proper cooling, all for $133 including shipping. Any comments or complaints regarding this product???
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November 30th, 2000, 12:41 AM
i would get the original ddr if you can shell out the extra $10-20, its faster at the higher resoulutions and wont be as much of a limiting factor as the mx will be at 900mhz.
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November 30th, 2000, 01:06 AM
I have the cheapo VisionTek MX and I run all of my games at 1024x768x16 with acceptable performance. I have an Athlon at 700MHz and I really like this system. I would like to use 32-bit color but I have not seen enough color banding to feel that is warranted right now. The games I play are Half-Life, Unreal, Descent, Timeshock, Balls of Steel, and NFS 4.
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