Radeon 9000

Was pulling apart my old PSU dead computer. I noticed I had a Radeon 9000 128mb card circa 2001. Is it worth using that card on an i7-930 with a Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R LGA 1366 X58 ATX Motherboard? Or is the stock Mobo graphics better?

I'm assuming the mobo will perform better.
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    That card is AGP, doesn't fit on newer mobos. Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R doesn't have onboard video from what I know.
  2. On the off chance the card is actually PCI (not PCI-E), it should work, using generic VGA drivers. It's only use would be to give your system a display.

    -Wolf sends
  3. It would be in your best interest to purchase a new graphics card. A Radeon 9000 will not provide you with the same experience that even spending a few dollars will provide. Also, the possiblity of incompatibility is a concern.
  4. Deleted going to start a new thread more general
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