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a ha it's funny how many amd fans the CORE 2 has turned over.
It really is... (Me being a prime example)

I would have never switched over to intel unless I absolutley had to until C2D.
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yeah 100% true.
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Hmm the difference between the 7800GS and the X1950 Pro only seems to be a few FPS. I think looking at the price difference, the 7800GS would be better. Plus, the X1950 Pro doesn't OC that well, right?
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i'm not sure about oc'ing because i bet no one has it on this forum and no one has explained how it is or benched it. I think the x1950 is going to be way better than the 7800gs because have u see the Toms hardware VGA charts. The x1950 well for pci-x destroys the 7800 gpu. the agp version will be the same chip so it won't be a major down grade in performence.
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i'm not sure about oc'ing because i bet no one has it on this forum and no one has explained how it is or benched it. I think the x1950 is going to be way better than the 7800gs because have u see the Toms hardware VGA charts. The x1950 well for pci-x destroys the 7800 gpu. the agp version will be the same chip so it won't be a major down grade in performence.
For the AGP platform, we're talking x1950 Pro, right? People who have the x1950 Pro (PCI-e) say that it is not a good overclocker; they can't get more than +20 on the core or go over 1400 on the RAM. I have seen the VGA chart and i compared the 7800GS with the x1950 Pro (PCI-e, of course). The x1950 Pro did beat the 7800GS in every benchmark, but in games by only about 3FPS and in 3D 06 by only a hundred or few hundred points. If the price of the x1950 Pro AGP is really gonna be $250+, i'd rather just go with the 7800GS that is $200 on newegg and just OC it to match or beat the x1950 Pro.
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well when the official benchmarks come out for the AGP version we will see. Because when the 7800gs came out every site under the sun had one.
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YEAH... announced the DAY after I switched to PCI-E
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*** are you talking about. LOOK AT UR PC ur pc is godly. **** what are you mad abouT!!1 I would trade my pc plus my leg, lol
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well when the official benchmarks come out for the AGP version we will see. Because when the 7800gs came out every site under the sun had one.
Well the x1950 on AGP is supposed to be the same thing as its PCI-e cousin, so if anything, the AGP would perform (slightly) worse than it's PCI-e counterpart. If it does perform slightly less, then, looking at the VGA charts, it should be about the same as the 7800GS (since the PCI-e x1950 Pro and 7800GS only have like a 3FPS difference). I'm only making a prediction based on the specs, but you're right, i guess we'll see once it hits the shelves.
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yes exacly we would just have to wait and see
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