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post #11 of 13
The 1650Pro would give the same results as a x1600xt just at a lower price. The 7600GT is the best "budget" card you can get. I got two x1600Pro OC'd Edition GDDR3 and they run smooth however if I had two 7600GT's I would own all games but the DFI board I wanted was xfire only.

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post #12 of 13
Go for a 7800gs or gt.....in some cases the 7900gs' are around the same price also....and they are a far better card. Unless you can touch the 1800pro or xt, I would go for a 78, or a 79. They are good cards to mod later when they are closer to being obsolete.
post #13 of 13
I would say the x1800XT or the x1900GT.
    
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