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GeForce 210: Is there a more "advanced" video card for XP?
Posted Yesterday, 07:21 PM
Where would these cards rank in terms of performance when it comes to the best cards that have ever been made with full XP (32-bit) driver support? Performance in this context is CAD/CAM and/or HD video playback (no game playing).
Posted Today, 10:49 AM
a video card that cost $45.00 is going to be a low performance video card, relative to other more expensive video cards..
a low performance video card is not all bad.. i use a low performance video card and i have no problem with watching videos with it, or with playing flash-based games online with it.. however, it can't be used to play intense video games with..
if you want a high performance video card for playing intense video games with, i think you would have to spend at least $180.00 for that.. at least that is what i would consider to be a true high performance video card..
Edited by redwolfe_98, Today, 10:50 AM.
win xpsp3, "windows firewall", avira 14, SSM, RegDefend
Posted Today, 11:22 AM
> relative to other more expensive video cards..
At some point, what-ever card was the last high-end, expensive card that had XP drivers will become a cheap card. I believe that these Geforce 210 cards cost a few hundred dollars back when they came out.
I have to assume that all video cards that have come out for at least the past 2 years can't be used under XP because of no drivers. If this is not the case - then let me know which Nvidia or ATI cards that are less than 2 years old have XP drivers. I had previous asked here if the Radeon R5 220 had XP drivers - and the answer was no. So I'm assuming that the last card made by ATI/AMD with XP drivers has been made - some time ago. What-ever that card was - I don't know. Maybe you know. Does the last card = the best card? I don't know.
If it's true that the last video card with XP drivers, made by anyone, using any chipset, has already been made, then the universe of all possible cards that can run under XP is complete, and I want to know what was the "best" of all those cards in that universe.
And again, I'm more focused on HD video playback and Cad/Cam desktop work. I don't know if being a good gaming video card equates to having good HD (mpeg, divx, blueray, mkv, etc) video playback capability.
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