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Siebenboy

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Ya, umm.... anyone happen to know what the best graphics card I could get (PCI only, mind you ;) ) for under 80 bucks? Either 128 or 256 MB, but it has to have an S-video output. I've looked at a lot (on pricewatch and tigerdirect.com, but I really don't know how to tell which one's REALLY worth getting). Any info would be useful. Doesn't have to be specific.
If I didn't care, I'd just buy any one of those cards out there, but I want some input, if possible.

Thanks!! And if you can help, I'll buy you lunch or something.... ;) :tazz:
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Hello and sorry for the late reply. Here is a video card:

ATI Radeon 9250

From the specs the card, its a good buy. May I ask why you dont want a AGP video card?? Hope that this helps.
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I bought an AGP video card recently only to find that my mother board didn't have an AGP slot. So it's being sent back right now.
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