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Old 06-03-2004, 12:55 PM   #1
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Old 06-03-2004, 06:05 PM   #2
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I actually think that you could (If you wanted to) get a 128MB (or even 256). I really can't tell you how good that card is, becasue I have never hear anything about it or used it. And no, without some kind of adapter, the s-video wont be able to have cable plugged directly in.


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Originally Posted by nelson391
As I mentioned in another post I was looing to upgrade my graphics card so I could watch TV, DVD's and do some lighter gaming on my PC.

It's mainly a business machine so I am not concerned about the "newest" and "fastest" stuff.

Would this card work for my purposes?

eVGA GeForce4 MX440 Video Card / 64MB DDR / PCI / TV Out

I have 512 Ram in my PC, so I figured 64 is all the bigger I should go.

What about the S Video connection, that is for plugging into my Satellite/TV, correct??....so I can watch CNN.

Thanks folks!!
Lets start here and get to the other next,S Video connection is a PC to Monitor receiver connection,or VCR to M/R.Nothing to do with satelite as far as i know.So you have to know and understand all this first.
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