Best and Cheapest 3d Card!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I currently have a 800 mhx Duron, 384 mb of ram, and a geforce 2 mx. Everybody says to get a better video card first, so I am. Now my question is which one. This card is all for gaming. I need a card that is the best bang for the buck, around $150 or so, and something that will last me atleast alittle while. I've been out of computers for awhile so im not quite sure which is the best. ANy input would be appreciated. Thanks.
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  1. <A HREF="http://192.216.185.10/mwave/skusearch.hmx?UID=PW-5763811&SCriteria=944340&bop=and" target="_new">http://192.216.185.10/mwave/skusearch.hmx?UID=PW-5763811&SCriteria=944340&bop=and</A>

    -128MB so it lasts longer, future games will use more textures
    -Under $150
    -fairly reputable dealer
    -no such thing as best and cheapest, but there is a good balance, and I think this is your card
    -can be reused for your next system upgrade--while your processor is not nearly fast enough to take full advantage of the speed of this card, getting this card will allow you to reuse it when you upgrade to a faster system

    However, the 128MB thing is perhaps just a gimmick. For $98+$5 shipping you can get a 64MB version of the same card

    <A HREF="http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduct.asp?submit=manufactory&catalog=48&manufactory=1126&DEPA=1" target="_new">64MB</A>

    but the 64MB version doesn't come with the bundled games.

    If you do get this card, however, you should overclock it using the OC tool at rage3d.com to get the full power out of it. Some people may suggest to you the Ti4200, which is a good card, but is on average more expensive than the ATi card.

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