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Thread: Graphics card for Asus A7N8X Deluxe

  1. #1
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    Oct 2003


    Hi I'm thinking of getting an Asus A7N8X Deluxe motherboard and saw this graphics card - is this compatible with it and how good is this graphics card? I'm not really into gaming too much apart from the old championship manager but want a fairly decent yet cheap graphics card. Thanks

    XFX 256Mb GeForceFX 5200 AGP 8x TV + DVI
    Model No: XFX-PVT34KUAH6

    Chipset Nvidia GeForceFX 5200 AGP 8x
    Chipset Features CineFX Engine 128-bit studio-precision colour AGP 8X nView Multi-display Technology Digital Vibrance Control (DVC) Unified Driver Architecture OpenGLŪ Support Integrated TV Encoder Int. H/Ware MPEG-2 Decoder 64-phase Video Scaler Architected for Cg
    Core Speed 250Mhz
    Memory 256MB DDR
    DX Support DirectX 9
    AGP Interface Yes
    PCI Interface No
    Voltage Support
    Output 1 x VGA Out 1 x TV-Out enabling big-screen gaming, digital timeshifting VCR, and video-editing applications 1 x DVI Out for Flat Pannel LCD monitor
    VI No
    VO Yes
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2001
    New England Highlands, Australia


    That card is the DX9 equivalent of a GF4 MX440.

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    AHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! THE DREADED 5200!!!!!! AHHHH!!!!

    That should give you a good idea of that cards quality. ;)

    If you're price range is only around 200 US bucks the ATI 9600xt is your card. Its the best mid-range card on the market, plus ya get Half-Life 2 for free with the retail version.

    If you just hit the lottery, you can get a 9800xt for around 450 US and thats the best video card on the market, period right now.

    If you're really hurtin for cash, and dont plan on playing any new DX9 games in the future, picking up an old nVidia Geforce4 ti4200 is your best bet. Even though it doesnt support DX9 games, it will still run them better than a 5200, and its only around 100 US dollars. The ti4200 overclocks very well too, you can get it up around 4600 speeds.
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    thanks guys
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