Hello everyone, the new Microsoft Operating system "Vista" will be coming out soon. It’s supposed to be quite demanding as it requires a 128 MB graphics card to function. And with it also comes the new Direct X 10. It would bring tools for game manufactures to produce new better looking titles, better than the first game using Direct X 9 - Doom 3. But with it comes a serious problem. The new PCI Express cards, NVIDIA 7800 and the ATI 1900 X are the most expensive and most compatible with all the features coming in the games today. They are really good in performance and all games play with good FPS. But will they be compatible with those games using Direct X 10 in the future. And if not, than it means that there should be no need for people already owning a good enough graphic card to go buy them as they might not be compatible with the games of the future. NVIDIA also announced the 78000 GS AGP and then we have the ATI 850 AGP. But both are not marketed direct X 10 compatible. This may leave many to wonder if there will be a new AGP card from both the brands coming soon and so it would be useless to buy one of these. But if not, then will it be the end of the AGP slot and should we all just throw our old PC and start saving money for a new PCI machine. (Even though many think that people should already just move on to PCI, I think that everyone with a P4 running at 2 GHz or more would disagree) I might be over reacting but I think we all should think before upgrading our machines with these graphic cards as it may be a risky investment. Do comment. Thanks.