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What type of graphics card do i need fo a HP XT963

I would like to use 2 monitors for my hp desk top, the second being a flat screen t.v. near by. I would like to know If I need a PCI, AGD or PCI-e. What product is the best value as well.

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The computer, only has pci slots available.

You need a cheap pci slot card. preferably with more than one output - dvi and vga and svideo for tv? the pci and motherboard videocards may not work at the same time.

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Hi!!!

i suggest that select the PCI-e
much more speed it was 16X compored to the AGP only 8X
so pci-e much better compared to the AGP

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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