The short answer: None of those. They all have too little graphics RAM for use in CS5.x MPE's GPU-accelerated mode (for all I know, your cards have only 512MB of RAM - but MPE GPU mode requires a later-generation Nvidia card with a minimum of 765MB of free, unused graphics RAM to even work at all - and therefore, all of the cards that are in your possession will work only in MPE's software-only mode).
In addition, even if you did have the Nvidia card that meets or exceeds the MPE GPU minimum, your system is severely underpowered for CS5.x to begin with: The Phenom x4 9500 is significantly slower than a dual-core Intel i3 CPU despite the x4 9500's two additional cores because the AMD CPUs do not support SSE 4.x - and the Phenom x4 9500 is very old and obsolete by now.
So in other words, as far as technology is concerned, your system is very much "Stone Age residue under the desk".
I like Randall's description:
"Stone Age residue under the desk".
That sums it up nicely.
sounds like bad news..
ok so lets say that i dont have the money to upgrade, what would be the best combination of these? Like use CS4 instead of CS5 and one of the cards?any hope??
CS4 won't be any better. In fact, it is buggy and slow compared to CS5.x. You're better off skipping "prosumer" NLEs altogether on that particular system, which is really only suitable for cheap consumer NLEs such as Premiere Elements that do not take full advantage of even a single-core 32-bit Pentium 4 CPU with 512MB of system RAM.