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Geforce FX6200


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gigantojim

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Does anyone know if the 6200 just plugs straight into the AGP slot, or is there power leads etc that need to be plugged in too.

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First off have you purchased your geforce 6200 agp yet? If not then I would suggest buying a different card. Although the 6200 is a good card it is not ideal for gaming. It was designed to be a slow low end card with new technologies. I would recommend buying a radeon 9600 or 9800 or a geforce5700 or 5900 which are available for around the same price and are much faster and can play games very well at resolutions greater than 800x600. If you need a site that has these items at good prices I would suggest either http://www.newegg.com or http://www.zipzoomfly.com both of these sites are well priced and ZIPZOOMFLY.com even has free 2-day shipping. Although, Newegg.com is much easier to navigate.
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Oh yea back to your question. I don't believe the 6200 needs a external power source as it is a low end card and does not require the amperage a card like the 6800 Ultra would require.
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