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Old 09-15-2004, 04:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Sparkle GFX 5200 128mb VS Asus 9200 SE TD 128mb

Im getting a new pc and am taking out what i want for the new one and putting what i dont want in the old one --- for use in brothers room. Now, my brother doesnt really play many pc games so i want to know which graphics card i should keep for the new pc:

My old Sparkle GFX 5200 128mb

Or the New Asus 9200SE TD (also 128mb)

Please help.

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Old 09-15-2004, 05:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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both suck, neither are meant for graphics really, the SE of ATI is their 'Sucky Edition' as some people will say it.

read towards the bottom about their mainstream and performance models....the 5200 is mainstream and not meant for good graphics handling...but really neither is that ATI....but all in all ATI is supposed to be better that nvidia in the previous generation stick with the ATI.... but if you ever upgrade to the next gen cards, meaning the 6800 or X800, go with the 6800 cause it far outperforms the ATI's X800...also they are releasing a 6600 series later this year which will also blow away ATI's version the X600 which is just the mainstream model of the 6800 for around $199 I think.

Keep the ATI
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