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Link for agp 1950pro
    
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go 6800 or X1600
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Originally Posted by cer0c View Post
Link for agp 1950pro
Manufacturer's Link.

However, the card is not out to the market yet. Hopefully it will be out before Christmas (supposedly to retail around $250, which is around the same price as the 7800gs agp, except a lot better). The x1950pro will not be limited by its AGP port because no cards right now can even use up to 8x, and perhaps most cards right now can't even utilize all of the AGP4x speeds. IMO, the ATI and Nvidia are going to stop making AGP cards ONLY WHEN they make a card that will utilize all of the AGP8x speeds. However, it will just keep getting more expensive though.
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Manufacturer's Link.

However, the card is not out to the market yet. Hopefully it will be out before Christmas (supposedly to retail around $250, which is around the same price as the 7800gs agp, except a lot better). The x1950pro will not be limited by its AGP port because no cards right now can even use up to 8x, and perhaps most cards right now can't even utilize all of the AGP4x speeds. IMO, the ATI and Nvidia are going to stop making AGP cards ONLY WHEN they make a card that will utilize all of the AGP8x speeds. However, it will just keep getting more expensive though.
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Originally Posted by wudaddy View Post
Manufacturer's Link.

However, the card is not out to the market yet. Hopefully it will be out before Christmas (supposedly to retail around $250, which is around the same price as the 7800gs agp, except a lot better). The x1950pro will not be limited by its AGP port because no cards right now can even use up to 8x, and perhaps most cards right now can't even utilize all of the AGP4x speeds. IMO, the ATI and Nvidia are going to stop making AGP cards ONLY WHEN they make a card that will utilize all of the AGP8x speeds. However, it will just keep getting more expensive though.
Look at Tom's Hardware's VGA charts; the X1950 Pro PCI-e doesn't beat the 7800GS by that much in most games.
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Look at Tom's Hardware's VGA charts; the X1950 Pro PCI-e doesn't beat the 7800GS by that much in most games.
From my xp tom's hardware vga chart isn't very accurate.
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From my xp tom's hardware vga chart isn't very accurate.
Agreed. In an extreme way. They're very tinted to specific manufacturers.
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From my xp tom's hardware vga chart isn't very accurate.
It is good that you state this, because info from places like toms hardware might be misleading for people who dont know the system that well. Rep+

Anyways, i believe that the best of the best might be Gainward Bliss 7800GS chip which has a 7900GT chip inside it. Im not certain, but anyways its not worth it, cause in my country it costs like 450$.

However, if you dont have the budget for a X1950, a 7600GT or things like that, i would strongly reccomend the new X1650pro, 7600GS. I have also noticed that XFX has a AGP version of the 7300GT, which is about 1k better in 3dmark05 than the legendary 6600GT. The 7300GT can be overclocked quite a bit too, would be a very smart choice if youre on a very limited budget. I wouldnt reccomend going into the X800's or X850's, as these cards only have SM2. More and more games nowadays makes it a mandatory requirement for SM3.
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post #19 of 19
I would say the best card is the X1950PRO however IMO is a little to expensive.

I would suggest a 7800GS or Perhaps a 7600GS.

If you can afford the X1950PRO that would be your best bet.
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