Okay, this is going to be long. Two weeks ago I got a GeForce Ti4200 128MB for my 18th birthday. I was definitely glad to get it. Only problem was that I would get audio loops I really didn't know what the problem was. I checked every possible problem with no luck. Well on the 14th day (last day to do exchanges at CompUSA) I exchanged the card and stupidly purchased a Radeon 7000 64mb for 79.99. I didn't research first. Silly me. Well at the time I purchased this card I paid an extra 19.99 to get a two year trade in for the card. This means that I can trade in this stupid card and if I wanted a new video card I would pay the new card price minus the Radeon price (79.99) Thank goodness I bought it otherwise I'd be screwed. Any btw...I would really like to play games somewhat smoothly. I was thinking about trading in the card for a card that would give me the same performance as a 64MB GeForce Ti200. Lots of things on CompUSA come VERY expensive, especially on the video cards. They're selling the Ti200 at an overpriced $199. I'm not really sure what to do. I can just pay $129 and get that card, but why do that when I can just buy one retail at that price elsewhere... If you have any suggestions just let me know.