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128Mb XFX Geforce FX 5200 Ref: VGAXFXGFFX5200
with DVI + TV OUT (PVT34KNAH6

Online Price £54.73£64.31 Including VAT at 17.5%


And the other one slightly more exspensive is...

128Mb XFX Geforce 4 TI4200 8X VIVO Ref: VGAXFXGF48XVIVO
With TV / DVI / VIVO

Available - allow 2 to 3 days (Last Updated - 28th May 18:00)

Online Price £84.98£99.85 Including VAT at 17.5%



What do you think good prices good cards?

I dont know anything really.

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well, i have a ti4200 128mb golden sample 650xp. Do you want vivo? it would appear that the 5200 is SLIGHTLY faster, with dx9 support, but no vivo.

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Not sure im a bit of a noober when it comes to cards.... :D

What would you go for.

I think the last one could be better of coursee you pay more mooney you get beeter stuff :lol:

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do you plan on using tv-in? will you be wanting to capture video?

if not, the geforce fx is what you want. either card is pretty good though.

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Will it run splinter cell and metal gear solid 2? :lol:

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it should. just make sure the cards have T&L support, which they most likely do, and you will be set. :lol:

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T@L effect= smooooooth surficies :lol:

Will be a few weeks but ill have a new card soon. :D

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Defintly lots better than my Geforce2mx

Too bad time has passed my old faithfull by. You just cant get by on 350mhz machine with a 64meg 2mx and 384 megs of ram (':wink:')

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The guy knows he stuff :lol:

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either of those cards will play any of the current games just fine, assuming you're running a relatively fast machine anyway. (faster than 1ghz)

they both have t@l, yeah. the only difference between them is that the fx has full dx9 support, and the gf4 has tv-in, and is a wee bit slower.

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I think i will get the more exscensorive one.
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