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Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by bruins004, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. bruins004 New Member

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    Hey all,

    This Christmas I will be looking for a new video card in my 2nd rig (Please see sig.)
    I pretty much just stuck an X800 in there since I got it for $50 and needed something to hold me over for a little while.
    I will be getting another 20.1" monitor (1st one is used in my first rig) so I need some power in my new GPU.
    This GPU will also be powering a 17" LCD monitor as well.
    I am a hardcore gamer and that is pretty much all this system will be used for.
    I am looking to keep it below $200. So wondering on what to look out for so it could be ordered in Nov.
    Thanks
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    AGP or PCI express? Bum shaka laka DX10 non enthusiast cards will be released in early Q1, the X1950pro is a killer buy(around 199-250), which can be found tomorrow. The X1650pro with DDR3 is a good buy for around 120 or so. In the Nvida section the GS is what to look for.
     
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    i'm liking my 7900gt a ton, and theres several models out there now that aren't too spendy, but maybe a tad over your budget.
    evga has the 7900gto for $250 on newegg, basically a 7900gtx thats been rebranded. pretty good deal. you can find 7900gt's for $220-250 also.
     

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