Can anyone help me telling Which is the best PCI graphic card for my celeron d 325.My mother board is Intel® Desktop Board D845GVFN
Q1 which is the Best PCI graphic card available in market ?.With Pixel Shader 4.0 and Vertex Shader 4.0 i.e graphic card that supports Directx10 ?. Q2 What is the price of the graphic card you told?Graphic card should be 1GB or 512MB
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PCI cards are hard to come by anymore. As for which is the best, the biggest question is what you plan on doing with it. If you are just doing internet surfing and basic email, any PCI video card you can find should work. If you are looking at doing any computer gaming, you may want to consider upgrading to a new PC.
It would probably be cheaper & better in the long run to pick up a Intel Core 2 Duo cpu, motherboard, & RAM combo at a store like newegg.com or Tigerdirect.com than try to replace this old board. You can find a really good combo for around $400. Hope this helps.
Let's make this clear, There are many factors that contribute to a videocard's performance. The BUS which is the connection from the card itself to the Motherboard , though not the most important, is one of them. PCI is extremely slow compared to PCI express and a videocard with PCI bus suffers from a strong bottleneck that makes it quite unsuitable for 3D graphics. a PCI card is good as second display adapter to connect extra monitors to your pc: handy feature for data monitoring and multitasking but not that much as a gaming card. Your motherboard does not have an AGP slot, but also has an Intel integrated graphic chip, so a PCI Nvidia 9400 will be quite a big upgrade, but don't expect high gaming performance... furthermore Graphic memory speed has a big impact on performance, but size does not.512MB DDR2 is a big but slow memory and 1GB I can say it's totally useless, you need to use a resolution way over full HD to take advantage of it, but a PCI card performs really bad on that.
Asking which of anything is the best is really a matter of opinion, but as far as the hardware capabilities for an older standard card go, this one has to be as good as it gets. (Actually, I'm a pretty impressed...I didn't know any PCI card could do what this does. Although it won't stand up to the bus speed of a PCIe card, or even an AGP card, if all you have is a PCI slot, this is your card!)
with the 64 mb graphics card i dont think that u can run VISTA if u want to run Premium version u need to get a higher graphics card atleast 128 Mb or above and for 1 gb graphics card pls check the manual of ur card first b4 buying it bcoz ur mother board may not support it but its a rare case when this happens but pls check b4 buying or let me know with the exact brand and model u r going to buy i will check it for u
Phew, k3! A ton of questions and even more confusion going on here!
Firstly (love that non-word), your Motherboard accepts DDR Ram. Unfortunately, DDR2 will not be compatible. Won't work. Sorry. It does accept up to 2gb of DDR Ram, though.
Second, for Graphic Card slots, it has 3 x PCI slots (NOT PCI-Express), which are great for G-Cards. Maximum amount of memory won;t be affected by your MB, but by your processor and ram. As long as it has a PCI slot for a PCI card, you'll be good. Just be sure to turn off integrated graphics in BIOS settings.
Thirdly, good luck. Opening up the side of your PC can be daunting at first. Ensure you either have the patience to learn before you touch or have the money to continue learning as you go. >.o