Originally Posted by kilgoretrout
The card is generally very good on linux as most nvidia cards are. However, check your motherboard and make sure you have an AGP slot that will accommodate that card. I think that board only has a PCI Express(x16) slot for a graphics card:
Yep, you're right it has one x16 slot. I found a eVGA GeForce 7300GT 256 mb x16 at $69. I'm not a guru of video cards but the price was right and it had good reviews. Also checked out nVidia site and found they seem to be very Linux freindly with driver etc.
Any reason I should'nt get this card, let me know now.
PowerSpec 6343, Celeron D 352, 3.0 ghz, 160 HD, 1,0 gb ram, Express x16 card slot.