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Locally at Circuit City a 7600gt went on sale for $89.99 after rebates. I think it was AGP and PCI-E, just look for local sales and pick him up a 7600gt or an ATI x1650xt which is about the same price and perfomance. The 6800 Ultra needs a min. 480W psu, your son's PC is lacking one.
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i just looked up a X1650 XT 256mb. they look really really nice. i mean 24 pipelines!!! not bad 4 the price. $218.80AU. i was thinking of getting a 7600GS. i think i will get this one instead
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btw my mate has a 6800 Ultra and he only has a 400Watt power supply. and it runs it fine.
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BFG 7800GS OC AGP. Best AGP card on the market. Im selling my old one if youre interested.
    
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how much?
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how much?
Was just lookin at them at best buy where I got mine and they still go for 270 bucks. Seeing that its used but I have the original box and everything just like as if you were to buy it new. I dunno, ummm 200 bucks and you pay the shipping?
    
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i just looked up a X1650 XT 256mb. they look really really nice. i mean 24 pipelines!
Try 12 pipelines and jesus $200?! they are only $120~ new in the USA

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The X1650XT is different from the pro. It has twice the pipelines, and retails for $150-200 new in the US.
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Try 12 pipelines and jesus $200?! they are only $120~ new in the USA

 
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post #29 of 74
aye, missed the XT part XD
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102057

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