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idk i really want something with more than 20 pipe lines thou
why lol , you wont get a cookie or something for having 4 extra pipes

do you even know what they are for I sure dont

anwyay i have had EVERY 7 series card but the 7950GX2 and the best value is the 7900gs
    
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go for the 7950GT, its the best of the lot
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post #14 of 57
Go 7950GT, its a good card and with 512MB it provides room for high-quality textures and high(er) resolutions. This is if price doesn't matter.

For priceerformance get a 7900GS which can OC very well even without a volt mod.
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Go 7950GT, its a good card and with 512MB it provides room for high-quality textures and high(er) resolutions. This is price doesn't matter.

For priceerformance get a 7900GS which can OC very well even without a volt mod.
i totally agree...i would definitely go 7900gs instead of 7950gt any day
post #16 of 57
7900GS is more reliable than the 7950GT.. It doesn't have many problems like the 7950. It can be o/ced beyond recognition.. A VF-900 And Volt Mod can get it from 500/690 to 715+/850 and remain stable..Now thats a card.
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I am personally hard pressed between the 7900gs and the 7950gt. We need more replies because i still cant decide. I really need a new vid card soon.
    
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post #18 of 57
if you can find a 7900GT, go for that. In my experience, it usually runs CSS ~10 fps higher than a 7900gs. If you can't find the 7900GT, then get a 7900GS.
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post #19 of 57
It's a simple choice really based on your own conditions :

7950GT (512 MB) - If you have the cash, provides a higher clocked core + more VRAM, therefore you can run high res texture packs smoothly(Qarl's Texture Pack) or ultra high (versus high) in games like Company of Heroes or Doom 3 Engine games.


7900GS (256 MB)- Best price : performance ratio, extremely good OC'ers and can easily be OC'd to 7900GT speeds (and beyond with a volt mod + VF 900)


I don't understand why the X1950XT is being ignored:

Here's the 256 MB version of the card

And the 512 MB card which is the fastest DX 9 card, but its price is $50 short of the much faster 8800GTS
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notice how nobody is saying the Radeon. the X1800 series was never a stellar performer and was discontinued quickly. i wouldn't consider one either.
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