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    I have a GF2 32MB (PCI)...its does the job when playing CS...but i got it on a P3 933, 512 SDRam and got a 810 in my 3dmark...so in other words don't spend too much on it..if its gonna be a PCI card.: peace2:
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    Elsa Geforce2 based "Gladiac 511 PCI"

    I have one and I love it.. but I am about to switch to AGP...

    Pro's: great 3D and very functional. Twin display and S-Video out.

    Con's: the company just burnt out.. so software updates dont come easy...

    decent write-up on it @
    http://www.digit-life.com/articles/g...iac/index.html

    hope it helps...

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    PNY do a PCI GeForce4 MX420. I've just bought one but not installed it yet, I need a 35W power supply to run it. They are at www.pny.com

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    one thing to remember with pci videp cards is if u have a geforce or better, disable hardware TnL...this is bcos hardware TnL uses lotsa PCI/AGP bandwidth...:cheers:
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    ok im not realy sure but when i bought my g-force card in the manual it said somthing about the cards being desinged for agp or pci so i would be led to think that this company makes both??
    im not to sure cause ive never seen one but what you got to loose by checking right?? ok im talking about the gianward cards so i would check it out you never know??? hope this helps..........

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    The chip could be used in either form though very few manufacturers bothered producing the PCI version. :smokin:
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