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Whats better then 1900gt?

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Ok so im looking ti get a new card i dont really need the 8800s just yet...so what out there thats better then the 1900gt?...ati or nvidia...it dont matter



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Check out the prices of a 7900gto, Tiger has a 7900 series card that is a great overclocker... I know a 1800xt beats a 1900gt.

You should be able to run any game with no lag @ max settings with your card oc'ed though...
 

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The X1950pro OC's further and is Crossfire friendly, not to mention it's dirt cheap and plays everything.
 

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The X1950pro OC's further and is Crossfire friendly, not to mention it's dirt cheap and plays everything.
The X1950Pro's are horrible overclockers, and I can provide links to show my point.

Find me one post or review that shows someone getting a good overclock out of their X1950Pro since you were bold enough to make that statement;)