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Replacing video cards? is it worth the trouble

by keithathome / January 22, 2005 7:26 AM PST

I would like input before I start to upgrade my video card. I am running XP sp2, 2.0Ghz P4, 768 ram. I have a NVIDIA Geforce4 Ti 4200 4X AGP 64MB. I am going to replace it with a NVIDIA XFX G-Force MX 4000 AGP 8X 128MB DDR that I already have. Is it worth the trouble to put the 8X 128Mb card in place of the 4X 64Mb card? Is there any Known problems? Do I need to uninstall my current video drivers first? Should I just Keep the 4X in?

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