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Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Zedicus, Nov 8, 2007.

  1. Zedicus

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    which is faster, better overall. 2400xt or x1650pro? also if u know of any better ati cards that are low profile i would be open to thouse.

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    newegg carries low pro 2400xt's and 1650pro's. iether of which are better then thouse. thanx though.

    pcie-16 is fine
     
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    Sorry erocker, those X1550's are pretty bad.
     
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    Well I think the 2400xt is best(unless there is a better low pro card, but I doubt it). We put a 2400xt in a core 2 quad machine clocked at 2.7ghz, and it runs BF2 at a high resolution with everything on high.. but no antialiasing.

    So ... a 2400xt is almost like an x800xt ... pretty good card for it's price range.
     

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