Fawkes said:This ones easy...
Geforce FX 5200...
Couldnt even keep up with a Geforce 3
zatoman said:Exactly. 5200 was the worst. I bought one to replace a Geforce 3. After a day, I put the Geforce 3 back in.
darknite said:ive had a 5200 for over a year now and have had no problems whatsoever....it plays any game i want to..might not be at ultra high or whatever....but i can play doom 3, far cry, vice city. you name it and i can play it. Never overheats or causes crashes and it loves the overclock. Its also an Asus card, which i stick by asus for just about anything. HAvent let me down yet.
WuzFast said:Would have to be a ........surprise, surprise.........FX5200. It was even a bad move up from a Kyro!
cell_491 said:you guys are going to laugh but i actually "upgraded" from a radeon 9500 to an fx5600 256mb....dumb decision
i loved my r9600 pro...Deadly_Spatula said:Mine would have to be the Radeon 9600pro. The thing came with the wrong drivers disk, no fan, just a heatsink, and crappy performance.
the GF2MX was an awesome card back in the day for those who couldnt afford a GF2 GTS/TI/Ueither that or the GeForce 2 MX.
Framerate said:Well it isn't necessarily a bad card because I never had any problems with it and it was always a trusty card, but my Geforce4 ti4200 64mb. Such a trusty card...