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Originally Posted by Melcar View Post
I don't know why they keep bothering with these low end cards. May as well make biffy integrated chip. Discrete video cards should only be from "mainstream" to "high-end" in my opinion.
Then I guess all the other cards they are making should be kicked out of the market.

This is probably for people that can't afford a high end card but wants DX10 and play pre-gen games. Don't say it's bad, not everyone is in your position my friend.
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post #12 of 75
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I still think integrated would be better and more practical, especially with the proliferation of multicores and increased RAM sizes. They should do away with this level of discrete card.
But if you want to use a cheap mobo lying around that doesn't have onboard graphics that support vista (like most) then this still seems like a good solution.
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Originally Posted by Frankie_Ballz View Post
looks like it would barely beat a 7600gt

edit: might not even beat it
my 7600gt woudl prolly whipe the floor w/ that card.
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The 7600GT has a wider memory bus, it would probably beat it just because of that.

I'm not sure why one would want this card, it's hard to justify this over an onboard solution that does the job equivalently and without as much power.
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Pretty cool For those people who want to do alot with their PC but may not game so much.
    
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Pretty cool For those people who want to do alot with their PC but may not game so much.
Thats what I was thinking. Just because it is not the fastest card out there does not make it carp. Not everybody needs an $300 video card, or even a $100 one.
If I did not already have my 7300 GT (which works just fine for what I need) I would probably be looking at this.
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post #17 of 75
its for people who want low end gaming.


Like me. I am not obsessed with settings and run most games maxed out because of there AGE
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post #18 of 75
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The 7600GT has a wider memory bus, it would probably beat it just because of that.

I'm not sure why one would want this card, it's hard to justify this over an onboard solution that does the job equivalently and without as much power.
My M2N32-Sli Deluxe has no onboard video so if I don't game but want an AM2 setup and OC my processor because I multitask 45$ > 100$ for a 7600GT as some may have mentioned...

Not everything is about gaming..

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its for people who want low end gaming.


Like me. I am not obsessed with settings and run most games maxed out because of there AGE
Not it's for people without an onboard solution or who want Aero without shelling the big bucks.
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reminds me of a 6200a
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post #20 of 75
The thing is can it actually run anything DX10? Might as well get a DX9 card.
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Very nice!
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