nNvidia Motherboard => nVidia Video Card?

I have a ASUS A7N8X-X MB. This MB has a nVidia chip, so should I buy a nVidia Video Card to have a better performance, or it doesn't matter?

Thanks for your help
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  1. It doesn't matter. What does is the best card for the type of software you plan to run.
    nVidia will not give you an edge over the other brands.

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  2. not now but these companies are heading that direction -_-

    nForce has SLi
    whatever POS ATi is going to make has their dual card solution

    in a few years you'll have to get different motherboards to support the different components :S damn you money thristy companies!

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  3. Quote:
    you'll have to get different motherboards to support the different components

    Which is basically a step <i>backward</i>...


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  4. Bares no relevance and doesnt matter.

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