I would advise you to save some money and keep your Geforce2. It's pretty good, and it runs all games withour any problems. Wait for it to be a little more outdated, and then buy a new card. I agree with Samor that you should skip GF3 generation.
Exactly. Your Geforce2 is quite good, and it is good enough for you to play whatever you want today. A Geforce3 would be a waste of money, but if you really want it, and you have a lot of money to spare, go ahead and buy it.
btw, according to Nightmare(in this thread ), nVidia will be announcing the new chipset(Geforce4?) early february, so maybe you wanna save some money and buy it when released.
the performance of the geforce2 ti 64 meg ddr ram video card can perform very well, almost matching that of the geforce3, and its affordable. So if u really want a new card, get the geforce2 ti. Then u can skip a couple of generations of video cards to come
It also depends on what processor you have. If you have a slow processor (at or below 600 Mhz P3 or Athlon, a K6-2 or a Celeron) then don't bother. To take full advantage of the GeForce 2 you need something around the 1 Ghz region. If you have the processor and the money then get a GeForce 2 Ultra, the fastest of the GF2 family. The GF2 Ti or Pro are also great choices (stay away from the GTS, it's severely limited by its memory)
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