8x AGP video card or PCI video card?

Posted on 2006-03-25
Last Modified: 2010-04-25
There are two graphics cards on sale for the same price and i need some help deciding which one to buy. The first:

Radeon 9250 Video Card, 8x AGP, 256MB DDR
The Second:
Radeon 9250 Video Card, PCI, 256MB
They are both by ATI.
My PC is a compaq presario sr1550nx if u need that info.
Question by:yknihc
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    The AGP is a better bet if your board accepts 8x AGP, as it is a much faster interface than the PCI bus.
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    I just checked, and your board support 8x AGP---go for it!

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