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XFX 8800 gt 219.99 after rebate HOT HOT!!!!

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#4
Wonder if this means newegg will start charging the real price for these cards.
 

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#7
FYI people these prices are partially because it's the 256MB model, NOT the 512MB

still a great deal nonetheless
 
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#8
yes I see that now, and don't feel so bad.
 

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How good would these work? Maybe I can get this instead of a 512mb, would it preform just as good? or should I still try to get a 512?
 
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#10
How good would these work? Maybe I can get this instead of a 512mb, would it preform just as good? or should I still try to get a 512?
fill out your system specs via the user cp, indicating what monitor you use and it's native resolution
we can then determine whether you will suffer by purchasing the 256 vs the 512
at any rate, I'd smack anyone who buys the 512 at the price they're going for right now ($300+) when you can get these 256s for $209
 

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#11
Well I am building a system in like a week and now that I see these. It will lower the price witch is good.
 
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the 21.6 will definitely be worth the little bit extra you spend now in the long run, especially for the greater resolution