Question about BFG Technologies NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT OC 512MB GDDR3 PCI Express Graphics Card
I installed this card on a new motherboard, Elitegroup P43T-A2, and have absolutely no video output. My CPU is a Pentium 4 519 (P) 3.06 GHz. I've used the DVI/VGA adapter to connect it to my monitor. At this point I can't tell if it's the motherboard, CPU, or video card.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Choosing Graphics card.
NVidia Geforce series, i have found is the most reliable and less likely to screw with your system in a negative way like Radeon.
I have used all forms of video cards in the past. the GeForce series is stable. I have a Dual HDMI output card myself, its only a 512mb DDR2 but it does the work load of MMORPG's with ease and my system very rarely has issues unless i am trying to run more than i rightly should. So my suggestion is the GF9600T. It is powerful beyond beleif and will make resolution and texture ratio through the roof.
Thats my professional opinion on this.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
SOURCE: choosing a GPU
SAPPHIRE 100256L Radeon HD 4670 1GB
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