What's the best nVidia graphics card?

  Embezzler 16:45 11 Apr 03
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I just want to know what's the best nVidia graphics card? I have a GeForce2 MX which is a bit dated and now i'm looking to add two monitors and my current grahics card does not have this facility.

  AndySD 16:54 11 Apr 03

One that works with your system....:-00

(sorry it is Friday after all)

What is your budget....

  The Sack 16:56 11 Apr 03

Any of the GeForce 4 Ti-4200's will give you excellent performance at a good price, it is then just a case of making sure they have dual monitor support.

  Embezzler 17:10 11 Apr 03

Well i don't mind paying out lots but if anyone knows a cheap site on the net which sells GeForce4 Ti... let me know. :)

  terrett101 18:58 11 Apr 03

Check microdirect.co.uk everyday as they have special offers each day on the homepage. If you check often enough there will be one for an Asus GeForce 4 Ti4400. It should be 99 ex VAT, because thats how much i got mine for.

  The Sack 19:05 11 Apr 03

Dont be tempted to go for a GF4 MX as it is little more than a rebadged GF2

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  kane_2002k 20:19 11 Apr 03

any of the geforce 4 ti range is good, you could also consider ATI's new radeon range going from 9000 - 9800 pro, best cost/performance would be geforce ti 4200 or ATI radeon 9500 pro. If u want the best money can buy look at geforce 5800 fx or ATi radeon 9800 pro.

  kane_2002k 20:22 11 Apr 03

click here - alot of complaints so avoid if u can
click here - decent prices
click here - has a large range of retail graphics cards from several manufactures

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