From personal experience, I would say nVidia. I have also been told great things from Kyle at All American Computers about the x3200 chipset from ATI. He absolutly loves that chipset. But you cannot go wrong with either and I am only recommending nVidia because its what I use and I have had 0 problems with it. Ever.
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