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AnthonyJ

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when i upgraded my board, i didnt know it didnt support my vid card, now forced to upgrade. well it sorta supports it, runs it at 1x agp speed
im thinking of getting the GigaByte Nvidia Geforce 7100GS PCIe, right now i have a GigaBye Nvidia Geforce 6600GT agp
clock speeds on my 6600 are better and has more pipelines

7100gs
http://www.gigabyte....V-NX71G512P8-RH
6600gt
http://www.gigabyte....?ProductID=1247
the 6600 has twice as many pipelines, is the 7100 still better?
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that 7100gs is PCI-e
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that 7100gs is PCI-e
James

my board has agp and pcie
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x4, x8 , x16
Whats you budjet, I'll give you the best card I can find to suit it. If you have PCI-e don't go back to AGP.
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Whats you budjet, I'll give you the best card I can find to suit it. If you have PCI-e don't go back to AGP.
James

i was on agp, but my new board has agp express and pci express, the agp express doesnt support my 6600gt so i am selling it on ebay. i just bought a 7100gs pcie for 31 dollars, its 1month old
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Well seems like you made up your mind, enjoy the card.
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