Which graphics card is compatible with my motherboard?

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  1. Bean_BR
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    I searched,searched and searched but I can't find a good solution. I want to know what is the best (and cheap) graphic card that I can install on my motherboard. I want to play recent games, but my pc has 5 years of use [​IMG] . My motherboard is a
    Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG with VGA architecture, and my onboard graphics card is a VIA/S3G UniChrome Pro IGP 64Mb

    Sorry to bother, I want a little help [​IMG]
     
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    That's your BIOS not your motherboard.
     
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    yeah, so what is a good graphic card for it?
     
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    if we don't know your motherboard , than we won't know what kind of graphics card we can recommend .
     
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    I don't remeber but I think the manufacturer was VIA. Is there any program that can tell me what it is ?
     
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