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need a decent DX10 video card.

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by joinmeindeath417, Oct 22, 2008.

  1. joinmeindeath417

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    so yeah i've been out of the pc hardware world for alittle while (like a year)..i became a mac user for a year and than sold it and got back into having a pc ( i am a tech but was getting tired of fixing xp and working with it at home im sure some could agree)

    ANYWAY!

    i have all the parts for my new pc that im building nothing over the top as im basically using my PS3 and 360 to game i just want to be able to play decent graphics on this system and on a budget. so the question i have is..what is a good mid range graphics card not over 140 dollars? if anyone can help it'd be awesome

    THANKS!
     
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    an HD 3870 or an 8800 GT are mid range and are around $140
     
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    is THIS a good one better than the ones that were mentioned i mean i know its a higher series but that doesn't matter as it never did before haha

    CARD
     
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    Not as good performing for the same price. :)
     
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    thheres a guy on this forum selling a brand new PNY 8800gt for 100.....why dont you get that?
     
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    i like buying things new even if it cost alil more because that way if there is any problems its easier to get it fixed or refunded etc.

    for example..

    i bought a new ps3 for 400 rather than a refurbished one for 350 and STILL bought the protection plan on it for a year haha..

    thanks for the information though!!
     
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    With the rebate $140 + free shipping. Better card than the others for so little extra.
     
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    4830 or 9800gt
     
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    Decent graphics on a decent system, hum. Nvidia has the 9600 GSO's for cheap. Thier a good price for performace ratio. Ati's 3870 is still really good, right at $100-120 on newegg.

    Any crazy high resolution? For 1280x1024 these cards are average.
     
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