I am planning on buying a new computer in the next month or so and am wondering what I should do with the PCI Monster3DII that I have on my old system. The system I am buying is a budget system but will probably have an AGP card thats ho hum. Now I know that graphics with an AGP card is much faster than PCI but is it possible to use PCI 3d graphics accelerator with a AGP card? Is this a mismatch? Should I leave it on the old system and just try to get a nice AGP like the Geforce? Thanks, Ken
Personally I use an AGP Voodoo3 2000 in a Celeron 400 system (overclocked to 450MHz), and I've yet to find a game I can't run perfectly smoothly at 640x480*--most will even do 800x600 without difficulty.
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