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Help Buying New Vga Card

Bela27

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i want to buy new VGA card

i found this cards at same price (near)

1. sapphire X1800 GTO 2 256 Mb (unlocked)
2. sapphire x1900 GT 256 Mb
3. sapphire x1950PRO 256 Mb

i dont want to use crossfire
which is the best choice?
 
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x1950pro is the best card by choice with out a doubt and the least power consuming aswell :D no question about it
 
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whats the most you want to spend?

are you going to keep this for sometime or upgrade when the new ATI cards come out ?
 

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performance wise the x1900gt would be a good choice if you were going to stick with one card or the x1950pro if you plan on getting another for crossfire at some point.
 

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Thx for help....


I select another card and buy: ASUS x1950PRO 256Mb with custom heatpipe cooler...



Thanks for help again!!!
 
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the x1800gt02 is 16p and 512mb usually, atleast ive never seen a 256mb version.. anyways even if its only 256mb its still a better choice then the GT. the 1950pro may be better then the gt02 though....