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Video Card Help!! im trying to find a graphics card that will run Battlefield 2142 and i have had no success so far.. anyone have any ideas what cards mught work?

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Re: Video Card

You need to have a card with Pixel Shader 2.0 and above, like the nvidia geforce 6600 GT, 6600 or 6600 le. However, those cards are PCI Express cards. If you have a AGP slot, look for any AGP card with Pixel Shader 2.0 and above. Cheers

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