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Old 03-28-2006, 09:57 PM   #1
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Default agp vs pci?

im not sure but are all agp cards better then any pci?
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Yep, pretty much. PCI is dead, go with AGP at least, or PCI-Express if you can.
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i have a radeon 9250 256mb pci and it runs F.E.A.R at medium settings
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I find this hard to believe. Sure, I'll bet it runs F.E.A.R. at medium settings, but at what, like 10 FPS?
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nah, i wouldnt think so, wait, ill check
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i was actually rying to play bf2
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Old 03-28-2006, 10:43 PM   #8
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Well, I just wouldn't go with PCI. It is outdated. At least, as I said, AGP, if not PCI-Express.
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i was actually rying to play bf2
lol omfg don't even attempt to play BF2 on a pci card. It will be so horrible!
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Old 03-28-2006, 11:07 PM   #10
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Default Re: agp vs pci?

So from worst to best it goes

PCI
AGP
PCI-EXPRESS

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Old 03-28-2006, 11:09 PM   #11
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So from worst to best it goes

PCI
AGP
PCI-EXPRESS

??
PCI-express 2. I think Intel was doing some work on this.
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Default Re: agp vs pci?

actually it's:

PCI
AGP
PCI-Express 16X
PCI-Express 32X
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Default Re: agp vs pci?

Although PCI-Express 32x isn't out yet. Although Intel and AMD have plans to help make the new technology.
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Default Re: agp vs pci?

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actually it's:

PCI
AGP
PCI-Express 16X
PCI-Express 32X
actually u could also make it

PCI
AGP
PCI-E 8x
PCI-E 16x
PCI-E 32x

Since most SLI boards do have 2x PCI-E 8x.
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Old 03-28-2006, 11:47 PM   #15
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theres an agp pro too

pci
agp
agp pro
pci-e x16
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Confusing, but cool...
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Old 03-29-2006, 12:02 AM   #17
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Yeah, currently PCI-e x32 can be utilized now but the next generation PCI-express will be coming out. Intel is already preparing PCI Express 2. They announced this last year that the first PCIe II products are expected in 2007 or 2008. PCI Express 2 will be higher performance (of course) and come in different form factors.

However, PCI Express will stay compatible with PCI Express 1.x so it will still be able to use 'old' hardware as it has the same power requirements and clock architecture. But it should be cheaper.
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Default Re: agp vs pci?

and to think, i'm still shopping to upgrade from my integrated graphics to a pci card....haha. i'm limited by only having pci slots in this dell dimension 3000......here's the one i want to get, but it's $78 plus $4.65 for shipping....i keep waiting for it to go on sale..... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814143032 (3D Fuzion Geforce FX5500 256MB 128-bit DDR PCI Video Card).
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Old 03-29-2006, 01:05 AM   #19
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i think u should get a pwercolor radeon 9250 i heard there da best pci cards availble right now
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i think u should get a pwercolor radeon 9250 i heard there da best pci cards availble right now
i've been reading up about this on the dell dimension forum, and it seems to be that there are compatibility problems with the radeon cards and the dell computers(the dimension 3000 models at least).

the only cards offically recommended for the dell dimension 3000 are the pci geforce 5500, 5600, 5700LE. some members say the 6200 should work ok, but it's not one of the offical ones listed, and i don't want any problems so i think i am just going to go with the 5500. there is the 3D Fusion one with 256MB RAM or a PNY one with 128MB RAM, but little cheaper,,,,will there really be much difference?
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