Well, after a more in-detail check, I realized that my motherboard does NOT have any PCI-E slots on it. For some reason I thought that it did. So I guess I'm going to have to stick with plain ol' AGP or PCI.These leads me to several more questions.
1)Should I buy a AGP or PCI graphics card, and,
2)If I get a nice AGP/PCI card, will it be rendered obsolete by the fact that it cannot run Directx10? I know you mentioned above that to play the newest games I will have to have Directx10, but will all of them be directx10, or will just amazing ones like Crysis?
I recently bought my motherboard, so I don't think that I'm going to get a new one just to get PCI-E slots.
I guess what I'm asking is this: Under the circumstances, what is my best option for buying a good graphics card that will not be rendered obsolete in a couple months?
Edited by dllp117, 11 February 2007 - 05:28 PM.