Graphics Card Upgrade on a shoe-string

  Major Disaster 17:51 09 Jun 05
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Hi, I was thinking about updating my ancient graphics card (a NVidia GeForce MX 420, which only has 64Mb of inbuilt RAM, i think) to something semi-ok that would allow me to play games a bit easier, however i am on a budget (sub £50) and was wondering if any of you could reccomend a good replecement, that would be compatible with my current system (2.27 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4 8 kilobyte primary memory cache 512 kilobyte secondary memory cache, and i think this is my motherboard, - Board: Intel Corporation D845EPT2 AAA83422-107 Serial Number: CN04P6154811127200HJ Bus Clock: 133 megahertz BIOS: Intel Corp. A02 05/22/2002) from belarc advisor.
I have seen these, click here click here and click here
What do you think? Any help is much appreciated

Take a look at these for ideas click here but for your money I think one of these would be better click here

  Totally-braindead 22:38 09 Jun 05

Your question has been answered in the helproom as you seem to have started two threads on exactly the same subject in the consumerwatch and the helproom.

I just don't see the point.

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