If you're not going to game with that machine why get a PCI-X card?
You could get a regular PCI based video card and save some money.
I hadn't really considered that - most of the motherboards I've been looking at have a minimal number of PCI slots, and I figured I should save those for other uses. Then again, given how much is integrated into most of these motherboards these days, I'm not sure how many slots I need in the first place.
Of course, it doesn't look like it is a great big savings, in the overall system scheme of things - 30 bucks or so for a PCI card with 8MB, or 70 bucks for a PCIE with 128MB. I'm trying not to sweat a few bucks here and there.
Thanks for your help, it's something to consider.