Windows 7 32-bit agp Video Card

Looking for a 32-bit agp video card that is windows 7 compatible. Which one is compatible for my Gateway computer.
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  1. What model Gateway computer? and what budget?
  2. The Gateway is a E-4000 series and on a limited budget. Can you help me?
  3. the E-4000 requires a low-profile AGP card. any of the following would work:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Productcompare.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007709%20600007850&IsNodeId=1&bop=And&CompareItemList=48|14-125-368^14-125-368-TS%2C14-150-389^14-150-389-TS%2C14-139-165^14-139-165-TS%2C14-161-152^14-161-152-09%23
  4. Thanks for the suggestions; however, each of those cards are 64-bit. Can I install a 64-bit video card into a 32-bit adapter on my motherboard? I keep getting conflicting answers. I am not a geek yet, but I am game to learn.
  5. nmyers315 said:
    Thanks for the suggestions; however, each of those cards are 64-bit. Can I install a 64-bit video card into a 32-bit adapter on my motherboard? I keep getting conflicting answers. I am not a geek yet, but I am game to learn.

    That's just means that the card's memory processes data in 64-bit chunks within the GPU. It has nothing to do with the motherboard. If you look at some of the newer PCI/E video cards they have 256-bit interfaces(some even higher) even tho a motherboard (and CPU) only supports 64-bit.
  6. clarkjd said:
    That's just means that the card's memory processes data in 64-bit chunks within the GPU. It has nothing to do with the motherboard. If you look at some of the newer PCI/E video cards they have 256-bit interfaces(some even higher) even tho a motherboard (and CPU) only supports 64-bit.



    so I am good to go then with any of the video cards you suggested. Thanks. I will let you know when I install the card how everything works out.
  7. Good Luck!
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