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Low-end card for IS7... or IS10 integrated?

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July 27, 2004 10:27:49 AM

I'm doing some cheap system builds for work. I wanted to use the IS7 mobo as I've had no problems with it in the past, but I'll need a cheap gfx card to go with it. It really doesn't have to be anything amazing - typical usage will be office apps and the net. Any suggestions?

Alternatively, I've noticed that the IS10 has integrated graphics and is even cheaper than the IS7 here in the UK. Just how bad can integrated graphics be for the sort of machine I'm looking at?

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July 27, 2004 1:00:29 PM

As long as you're not playing games, any modern onboard graphics solution will do just fine for office apps, internet, etc. Now whether that board as a whole is any good, I can't speak to that. But if your'e sure it's good with the possible exception of the graphics, go for it, you'll be fine.
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