I currently am looking to upgrade from my crappy Intel Extreme Graphics onboard video to a better AGP card. I have at my disposal an NVIDIA Quadro4 700 GXL card. I know it's a little older and whatnot but it's free and I'm cheap. I understand that this card is marketed as a workstation card and not necessarily for gaming. It's more for CAD and graphics applications. However, will it give me some advantage over the onboard video card when it comes to playing games? If you need more info on the card itself I dig it up, just let me know. I also have at my disposal an Nvidia NV34 FX5200 128MB video card but from the looks of it the quadro4 looks to be more pewerful. Any insight you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!