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XFX 8800 gts 320mb= $330-$340 price range from what I can remember

Gigabyte gtx 470= Most expensive gpu I bought at $383

Gigabyte gtx 570= Free upgrade when my gtx 470 died

MSI GTX 760= $284(I included the taxes)
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NVidia Geforce 2 GTS 32MB - $250
ATI Radeon 9700 Pro 128MB - $350
NVidia 6600 GT 8x AGP 128MB - $160
EVGA 8800 GT Akimbo 1GB - $280 (worst buy, 512MB versions were much cheaper)
EVGA GTX 460 1GB SOC - $170
EVGA GTX 570 1.2GB - $100 (died from OC at 950MHz)
Asus GTX 660 DC2 2GB - $120
 
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many cheap ati and nvidea cards when i first started building my own pc then an gtx960 by saphire cost £125 sold it for £50 when i got the gtx460 bought second hand on ebay for £160 2 weeks after it was released still going strong and being replaced by the evga760 on thursday keeping it for now see f its worth using as a physX card and possibilty off using it as an emergency replacement incase my new card dies on me
    
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many cheap ati and nvidea cards when i first started building my own pc then an gtx960 by saphire cost £125 sold it for £50 when i got the gtx460 bought second hand on ebay for £160 2 weeks after it was released still going strong and being replaced by the evga760 on thursday keeping it for now see f its worth using as a physX card and possibilty off using it as an emergency replacement incase my new card dies on me

I have an MSI GTX 760 and its a nasty card for the price/performance. It maxes out all the games right now at 1920x1200p/1080p. I am running it on an Amd Phenom II x4 965 3.4ghz, so I don't know what it would work like on weaker CPUS even tho my CPU is not new at all, but I've seen on overclock that some people are running even weaker cpus then me on some games. I think the MSI/EVGA have similar reviews on the gtx 760, if you went with the AC cooler or whatever the heck it is.

My MSI GTX 760 is dead quiet and runs great! I upgraded from a gtx 570 to a gtx 760 and definitely notice a huge fps gain, especially in first person shooters like BioShock Infinite that I can now max out at 1920x1200 with fps of 100-80fps, tho it dropped down to 30fps when I looked at a reflection from what Fraps said. I don't even know what it dropped so low in fps at that moment in game because the graphics didn't look as nice as when not looking at the reflection. tongue.gif
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S3 Trio = cant remember exactly, I must've been in 1st grade lol
Canopus 3DFX Voodoo 6Mb = gift from bro
ATI Rage II + DVD = gift from bro
ECS Geforce 6600LE = gift from sis
Palit Geforce 9800GT = $121
Powercolor HD3650 = $37 (overclocked like a monster, 800mhz core clock if I remember right)
Sapphire HD5670 = $72
Sapphire HD6850 = $170
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