Re: question about looking for a video card?
AGP went the way of the dinosaur since the early 90s? Wow, I must be ancient. :P AGP died out for good around 4 years ago, when PCI-E got big.
But to answer the OP's question, all new cards are PCI-E in one form or another. All new cards coming out are 2.0, which are backwards compatible with older motherboards that have just plain x16. In short, you won't be able to get a motherboard that doesn't support today's graphics cards.
As for buying one, I wouldn't buy that one. What kind of games are you looking to play, and at what resolution?
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