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Which of these video cards is better?


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Which of these two video cards is better? BFG GEFORCE FX 5200 256MB Overclocked or GIGABYTE GEFORCE 6200 128MB? I want a new video card to play games like World of Warcraft, I have a PowerColor ATI Radeon 9250 and that is an okay video card, but I want a better one.
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First thing- your looking at a X16 card and a AGP card and it looks like your 9250 is an AGP so you must get the same type unless you have a X16 but I would doubt that

So it looks like the FX5200 but try looking at the 5700 -- It is very nice!
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What is X16?
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6200
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What about 6200? What does X16 mean?
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O yea, and the Geforce 6200 is AGP 128MB 8X DDR
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The 6200 would probably be a littl faster at glance but if you got a 256Mb 6200 then it woul be faster or sure.
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