I have a Dell Dimension 8200 which I upgraded with more memory and a new drive. Only running Ninja and QT on XP Pro OS [thanks to Gnome for the XP Pro]. The PC flies and I'm thrilled with it. Few weeks back, I posted about a humming at startup. After going through an unnecessary CPU fan and power supply upgrade fiasco, I've determined that it's the Nvidia GeForce Ti4200 fan. I cleaned it and it did help, but I can tell the card is going. The whole thing shakes and the card vibration has been the cause of all the continual noise while the PC runs. Long story just to ask which card I should get. The GeForce is an AGP card with 64 MB and both a VGA and DVI out. I was surprised to find out that it only had 64 MB, but, apparently, it's enough because I've never had any screen issues. I'm currently running two 19" LCDs and both are VGA but one has the DVI to VGA adapter. I have one AGP and one PCI slot available. I don't plan on adding another monitor so my questions are: 1. AGP or PCI? 2. How much memory do I really need for just running NT and Quotetracker? 3. Is using that DVI to VGA adapter a bad idea? [If so, then I'm limited to VGA cards only]. 4. Should I/we stay away from card with fans? They all seem to make noise. I've seen some with heat sinks but don't know which is better. 5. Brand? Really need some direction here because I spent an hour on NewEgg and don't know where to start. As always, thanks all for your help V.