Asus A9250GE/TD Good enough? (1 Viewer)

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    Hi,

    While some (including myself) have had success with ATi 92xx series graphics cards, I wouldn't recommend it. This card isn't DirectX9 compatible, only DirectX8.1. Look for at least a FX5200 from NVidia or at least a 9550 from ATi.

    Kind regards,
    Michel
     

    tklon

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    The GeForce MX 440 are older cards and also not DX9 compatible. If you have this card (or the Radeon you posted first) try them with mp. If you want to buy a card then the GeForce FX5200 with at least 128 MB is the low priced card with the best value. You will get a card for around 40$/€.
     

    Callifo

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    A GF4mx is a DirectX7.1 card and the 92xx is a DirectX8 card so a 9250 is DEFINATELY better than the gf4mx.

    5200/6200s are ideal and do the job well.
     

    LiMiT

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    I am running an ASUS 9250TD 256 MB and it suits me fine. It was cheap, fanless and as I have no plans on playing games on my HTPC it does the job well.
     

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