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    Question New Video Card for Compaq Presario Model 7110US

    I am looking for recommendations for a new video card that will work with an older PC, a Compaq Presario model 7110US. The current video card is a 64MB SDR nVIDIA GeForce2 MX with TV-Out & I would like to replace it with something that has a little more power. I'd like to be able to play the Sims 2.

    I emailed Compaq/HP support & asked them what current video cards would work with the motherboard in my PC was sent an unhelpful reply.

    Do you all have any suggestions?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: New Video Card for Compaq Presario Model 7110US

    AGP or PCI?

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    Default Re: New Video Card for Compaq Presario Model 7110US

    Quote Originally Posted by KoolDrew2
    AGP or PCI?
    I'm sorry, it has an AGP slot. A 4x/8x card should work if I understand right because it will go down & run at the 4x level...correct?

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    Default Re: New Video Card for Compaq Presario Model 7110US

    Correct. Can you post the system specs so we don't have to look them up on HP's site?

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    Default Re: New Video Card for Compaq Presario Model 7110US

    Windows XP Home Edition, 786mb RAM, 60 gig HD, DVD-ROM, CD-RW ROM, Creative Sound Blaster PCI 128 sound card, 64MB SDR nVIDIA GeForce2 MX with TV-Out, 1.3 Ghz Athlon processor.

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    What is your budget? This one will do pretty well in your system for about $130.
    Rosewill Geforce 6600 256mb 128bit agp 4x/8x R6600-256D

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    Default Re: New Video Card for Compaq Presario Model 7110US

    Just get yourself a 128MB 6600 and save some money. You won't get much benefit out of a 256MB version.

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