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Old 06-05-2005, 03:09 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally posted by ohGrFreak
I'll keep an eye out when I have more money for a AGP 4x/8x card. Maybe a MX440 or a 4000. But for now, to keep my backup comp running well, I'll stick with the PCI MX. I mean, it can't be worse than onboard, that's for sure, LOL.

I can't remember if I asked this, I don't recall, but...
Is a PCI MX400/440 comparable with a plain AGP 8x 5200?
A MX400 is worse than many onboard graphics chipsets

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Well, I thought the MX400/440 is almost as good as a 5200, and my generic, failing 5200 is ten times better than the vid chip in my two year old, low end Gigabyte mobo. Tell me if I'm wrong, I really don't know.

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