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step up program? i'm looking into this soon, trust me
so the 8800 GTX is my best option... but that narrows the choice down to three options...

eVGA e-GeForce
8800 GTX - 768MB - Dual DVI, HDTV-Out
8800 GTX KO ACS³ - 768MB - Dual DVI, HDTV-Out
8800 GTX SuperClocked - 768MB - Dual DVI, HDTV-Out

anyone know anything they care to share to make this an easier choice?
thanks
I'd go with the first one, because the overclocked ones run pretty hot, you can also just overclock it yourself and save money. There really isnt a big performance difference between the overclocked and non-overclocked, around 2-4FPS.

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whats the difference between the gt/gts/gtx?

http://www.bigfootcomputers.com/Merc...ory_Code=950.2
Performance, the GTX is the fastest.
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I'd buy one if I were as rich as that guy ^
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post #13 of 14
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I'd go with the first one, because the overclocked ones run pretty hot, you can also just overclock it yourself and save money. There really isnt a big performance difference between the overclocked and non-overclocked, around 2-4FPS.



Performance, the GTX is the fastest.
QFTT

Get the cheapest EVGA 8800 GTX there is and overclock it yourself.

GTS 320/640 is a great alternative if you are pinching pennies though.
Well i guess $300+ isn't pinching pennies LOL, but you know what i mean.
GTS = best bang for buck
post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by jdPrime View Post
step up program? i'm looking into this soon, trust me
so the 8800 GTX is my best option... but that narrows the choice down to three options...

eVGA e-GeForce
8800 GTX - 768MB - Dual DVI, HDTV-Out
8800 GTX KO ACS³ - 768MB - Dual DVI, HDTV-Out
8800 GTX SuperClocked - 768MB - Dual DVI, HDTV-Out

anyone know anything they care to share to make this an easier choice?
thanks
8800 GTX - 768MB - Dual DVI, HDTV-Out

The rest is a waste of money. You can overclock them as easily as Evga.
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