necessary to post it all over again. But, for the sake of completeness, I'll
happily announce that I'm running a 5 years old 440ZX motherboard, on
which a dated sloth named Celeron 400 crawls at 66MHz FSB. My mobo
has an AGP 2x port (1.0 revision) which is currently occupied by a Taiwan
made TNT2 M64 32MB card.
My question is: What is the best AGP card available today which can be
installed on such an old system as mine. I presume the current trends like
AGP 8x cards are not voltage compatible with the older AGP ports, but still
many of them come labelled as "8x/4x compatible". It must be noted that
my current card had "4x/2x" labelled on its box.