i often upgrades my moderboard, now i wanna buy a video card but i m confused which one i should buy, agp or pci....
after reading lots of topics and sites, i prefer to buy agp but the problem is that if i upgrade my motherboard and the newer motherboard wont have the same slot for agp then that video card will be useless for me,
but pci dont have this problem....
i dont want to buy video card after every upgrade as i want the toppest video card and its costly
You should buy whatever video card fits in the video card "slot" on your new motherboard. If you buy a brand new motherboard, it will have a PCIe slot. This is where current video technology is. If you buy one slightly older or used, it might still have an AGP slot. This is the former video card standard. Last, if you buy a lowend motherboard, it might not have any video card slot at all, and you'll need to buy a card that uses the common PCI bus. (did you notice the difference? PCIe and PCI are different.)
Figure out what motherboard you are going to buy, then buy the video card that works in that board.
@runswindow s95 : thats why i wanna buy pci but its slower than PCIe
i m not complaining any m/b, i just said that they keep changing in the slot and for highest then i meant that i wanna buy todays highest
if any more, please try to tell fast as i need to buy it soon