|Real gamers don't play at 640x480. Like I said, your standards are very low. And FYI, when choosing an nVidia gaming card in the 6000 thru 9000 series, the 2nd digit is the performance level. If you want a decent gaming card, it should be 6 or higher. The tag letters - SE, LE, XT, GS, GSO, GT, GTX, etc - also indicate performance within the series. I believe those are in order from good to best (or close to it).|
6600GT, 7600GT, 8600GT, 8800GT, 9600GSO, 9600GT, 9800GT, etc....these are ALL gaming cards.
6200, 7300, 8400, 8500, 9400, 9500 are NOT considered gaming cards. You *may* be able to play some games with them, but not at resolutions & framerates that REAL gamers consider to be acceptable.
Face it, you're a wanna-be gamer just like your video cards. Maybe when you graduate from high school & get a job, you'll be able to afford something decent.