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Gainward no longer sells products in the US. They stopped a few years ago.
Hrm.. well, that's lame.
    
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gainward is repsonsible for the fastest AGP cards out right now to be excat the 7800GS AGP+ 512mb is actully a G71 with clocks 650/800
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If I had the money to get an ULTRA, I would go with 2 GTX.
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gainward is repsonsible for the fastest AGP cards out right now to be excat the 7800GS AGP+ 512mb is actully a G71 with clocks 650/800
Isn't the X1950 AGP faster?
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Why get an Ultra?

Get a GTX and overclock it yourself. The Ultra is the biggest marketing gimmick to come out since Geil's SPD scam. You'll save yourself money that could be spend on other components and you'll be able to sleep at night.

Also, you could apply for a Newegg card. No payments for 6 months on purchases over $500.
You can overclock an Ultra...
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I know everyone says that an 8800GTX can be overclocked to an 8800 Ultra, but why does everyone assume that an 8800 Ultra won't be overclocked? I know it is overpriced to hell, but the arguement that an 8800GTX can be overclocked to an 8800 Ultra fails. Last time I heard, an overclocked 8800 Ultra is about the equivalent to a volt modded 8800GTX.
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I believe you can volt mod the GTX, not sure but I think its doable. My point is this: The ultra is the same hardware, overclocked.
    
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what about a volt modded ultra? lol
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