Hello everyone. I have an antique PC lying in the basement that could be put to good use. Here are the specs: Pentium 4 Willamette 1.7GHz ASUS P4S800 1 x 512MB DDR-266 PC-2100 RAM nVidia (XFX) RIVA TNT2 Model-64 32MB AGP-4x Seagate Barracuda 30GB HDD ST330620A D-Link DWL-520+ PCI Wireless Network Adapter 350 Watt Generic PSU (10A on the +12V rail) NEC CD-3002a CD-ROM Drive LG GCE-8240b CD-RW Drive Floppy Drive I want to upgrade it to a degree where it can be usable. To achieve this, I plan to purchase a new graphics card, a larger hard drive, a DVD Burner, and a case fan. If you think any other component other than these is screaming for an upgrade, please tell me. Everything is straight-forward except choosing a graphics card, which I need help on. The motherboard supports AGP 8x, and I am looking for a graphics card that is good to an extent that it matches with the performance level of the rest of the PC. It will not be used so much (if at all) for gaming, so fancy graphics are not needed. This PC will be used by me whenever for any reason I am not on my primary PC. I think I'll mostly use it for work. The only expectations I have for the graphics card is that it can display the correct hue of "white paper" in a MS Word document lol Also it should support 1280x1024, because it can only run properly on 800x600 with the current card. Maybe something even in the Radeon 9xxx series will work? I have no preference between ATI or nVidia for this upgrade. Any thoughts are appreciated. Thanks!