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    Default Re: Looking for video card

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: BrAt</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Nope, MDG </div></div>
    That's even worse [img]/ubbthreads/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/shocked.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Looking for video card

    I maybe willing to part with a 128 meg PCI card of mine.

    it's a dual Monitor supported card Nvidia 5200 I believe
    If Your reading this the topic must be boring.

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    As much as I like Nvidia cards(I have one now).
    The entire FX5... line of video cards are pretty much crap. I'd pass.

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    I bought a MDG 350 PII way back in 98 and it had a AGP slot.

    You better check again.

    Never mind it does not have AGP from what I read here.
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    Default Re: Looking for video card

    Dell PIII optiplex's had them but most of the dimensions didn't, just cause it use to doesnt mean it still has to and both myself and Andre looked it up already we didn't just guess

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    Ya that motherboard came out in 2004 defiantly not a year old.
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    Brat, there maybe another way, for about $100 we could probably help you find a motherboard and graphics card that will work. You can use the same processor, case, maybe PSU, same ram, etc.

    Personally I would recommend just getting a different motherboard and then picking up a cheap graphics card for it, depending on the game.

    If you post the game, we can check the min specs and recommend a build. If people on here have some components that will work, they may be willing to let them go cheap (I have a CPU and video card for sale)

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