I Need Some Advice on A New Video Card!

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shadow98fl

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Hi all!
My husband needs a new(er) video card (his won't play Oblivion).
He offered me a deal, I get a new video card, he'll take my current one. :D

I need advice on what video card to get, hopefully a newer & better one than I already have. Catch is- AGP. Mine can play all the latest games (so far), so the new one would have to be a better card, otherwise he can buy the new card for his system.

My specs are in my signature. I prefer ATI, but I am willing to go Nvidia if it will be a decent improvement. I definitely do not want another All-In-Wonder card, since ATI's catalyst & MMC software just do not like to play nice together.

So if you would, give me your opinions for a better video card, and tell me why.

Thanks for the help!!
 

shadow98fl

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Well, I think we're going to go with the Sapphire x1950 Pro 512MB AGP, but we're going to put it in my husband's AMD machine. His machine still has some upgrade potential (CPU, memory). Besides- I got to buy the last new video card, so it's his turn to feel the joy!:D

I found one for $249.99, but out of stock. We can wait till it's back in stock!(y) :D (y)
 
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