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What upgrades can I choose from? nvidGeForce4MX4000 64.0 MB(maybe AGP)

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June 8, 2009 9:36:17 AM

More about : upgrades choose nvidgeforce4mx4000 agp

June 8, 2009 2:52:07 PM

first we need to know if it definitely is AGP
Then we need to know the power of your power supply.

what are your specs? mobo, processor, PSU.
June 9, 2009 12:37:15 AM

My specs:

CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 1.70GHz

Mainboard: ECS P4VXASD2+

Memory: 640 MB (128+512)

Hard Drive: 37.3GB (Free:10GB

Video: NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 4000 64MB

Sound: Vinyl AC'97 Audio (WAVE)


Power Supply: Plenty Complex Co,LTD [ACinputvoltage:115/230V ACinputcurrent:8A/4A(MAX) ACinputfrequency:50-60Hz]

Printer: HP Deskjet 32500 series


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June 9, 2009 4:07:13 PM

No offense, but your PC is more or less obsolete by any current standards. CPU is far too underpowered, and GPU is no longer supported. 640MB RAM isn't enough to run most apps without noticable slowdown either.

In short, its probably less of a headache to junk the PC and start over.
June 9, 2009 11:51:51 PM

Yes, I know it is probably obsolete by now, but I don't have a choice. I might look for secondhand goods because I couldn't afford to buy a new one.
June 10, 2009 12:25:50 PM

The problem is the PSU. You don't have enough power/current to run a modern GPU (or even CPU?), and a CPU upgrade is a must before any GPU upgrade has any effect. In short: You need a new CPU, GPU, and PSU, and possibly a new mobo if newer parts aren't supported. Plus the fact AGP GPU's are overpriced due to lack of demand.

It'll cost around $500+ getting that rig to a point thats ok, but still old, where you can get a decent modern PC for around $650 or so. It doesn't make much economic sense unless you can dig up some major deals.
June 11, 2009 12:45:39 AM

ahh...I see... Thanks for explaining it to me...

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