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Best PCI video card for an old pc.

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May 9, 2010 3:48:08 PM

I have an old Dell Dimension 2100 w/ a 900MHz Celeron, 512MB RAM, WinXP Pro and an open PCI slot. What is the best PCI video card to enable smooth Flash (hulu, etc.) playback via Composite video out, and would it even make a difference?

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May 10, 2010 4:48:37 PM

inimcus said:
I have an old Dell Dimension 2100 w/ a 900MHz Celeron, 512MB RAM, WinXP Pro and an open PCI slot. What is the best PCI video card to enable smooth Flash (hulu, etc.) playback via Composite video out, and would it even make a difference?


My last PCI card was a GeForce 8400 GS. I'm not sure if the come in more than one model or not , but I remember it had vga, dvi, and s video connectors. I'm a gamer so I obvioulsy had to upgrade my MB to one with a PCI-E slot
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May 12, 2010 12:29:46 PM

You must not have read the title of the thread. The OP is not looking for a pci-e card
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May 15, 2010 12:51:49 AM

Thanks everyone. I'm gonna keep my eyes peeled for a used one, but I think a newer system might be in order. This one was free, so I wouldn't be out anything. It'll do the job of being a touchscreen jukebox for the time being, the full media center thing can wait a little bit.
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