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XFX Geforce 5200 AGP, 256 MB DDR

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I have already an AGP card of 128 MB, nVedia, Geforce, which is running on my P4 board. Can I buy XFX Geforce 5200, 256 DDR card, whether this card is compitable with my mother board and shall not create any display problem. Please guide.

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