TNT2 Compatibility

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Good Day,

I was looking into purchasing a new 3D non-generic video card to replace my ancient STB Tseng 6000PCI Card for my heavily modified Gateway P5-166 computer. I have an Intel Pentium MMX at 200MHz(w/ 96MB RAM, 512k Pipelined
Burst Cache, 20GB Harddrive with an old AMI BIOS). I was looking at any card with the Nvidia TNT2 Chipset, mainly the ASUS PCI-V3800TV, so far. While looking at the specifications for all TNT2 cards, in general, I noticed it said Pentium II/III or higher. Does that mean my computer wouldn't support the card at all? If not, then would I lose functionallity of overall speed? Also, does anyone have any good online sites where I could buy that Asus video card? I
seached Pricewatch and pricescan and couldn't find anything.

All input and recommendations would be really appreciated.


Thanks a lot,

Michael Shvarts
 
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Just to let you know, my Pentium 3 500mhz held my tnt2 back.. You need a 700mhz to let the tnt2 run at full capacity.
 

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