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Video Card help!

by dctasson / March 11, 2007 11:57 AM PDT

I was wonderin, I have a pci express slot x1. now i have seen Video cards for pci express x1. should I get a pci express x1 video card or a pci card.

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X1 is better than just pci.
by ahtoi / March 11, 2007 3:24 PM PDT
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As a matter of, a little over twice the throughput.

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possible disappointment
by linkit / March 11, 2007 5:49 PM PDT
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You may be disappointed with the X1 video card's performance. If you want to play high-end games, invest in a new computer with a PCI Express X16 slot.

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pci express x1 slot is suited for the available cards
by ramarc / March 12, 2007 12:28 AM PDT

radeon x1300s (x1550 is the same GPU) are the only card's i've seen available for pci-express x1. they're not really suited for gaming but are fine replacements for integrated graphics. the cards are more expensive than x8/x16 cards but that's to be expected with non-mainstream products. they're certainly a better alternative than any PCI video card.

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