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Even the 8800GS is a decent upgrade for you. I see most 7900s selling for $100, so $149 for a card that performs between an 8600GT and an 8800GT isnt a bad upgrade at all!
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Ah o.o That's what it was. DX10. * Twitch* But it feels so awkward paying close to $200 for a video card xD.

Anyway, thanks guys. ^^ I think I got what I needed.
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Out of those 2 choices, the 7900GT is the best choice, it beats sli 7600gt by a little and you can sell your 7600GT. The 9600GT or 8800GS suggestion is better!
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Well... On this card I've been able to play Crysis (Woo), Bioshock on full settings, and Lost Planet on slightly tweaked settings for better graphics. Also, I should include the old game of RF online on full detail. The only two games that I've ran into lag on were Crysis which shouldn't be a surprise and Lost Planet. The other mentioned games and other such as Jericho provide no problem.

But I take it buying a 7900 would be better than SLI of two 7600? >>;
I could only play Crysis at low settings and Bioshock at low/medium with my old 7600GT. Crysis looks worse than BF2 when it's on low. I don't think there is any reason to SLI another 7600GT or even think about buying a 7900. Go straight for an 8800GT or GTS 512MB. Even if you don't have Vista, these cards are priced right and worth buying.
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Ah o.o That's what it was. DX10. * Twitch* But it feels so awkward paying close to $200 for a video card xD.

Anyway, thanks guys. ^^ I think I got what I needed.
I payed $300 for mine, nothing wrong with that
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I'm in the same boat, about to upgrade my 7600GT. I am probably going with the 8800GT but would not bother with anything less than the 9600GT. I have always gone for the budget gaming cards; TI4200, 6600GT, and 7600GT. While the 8800GT isn't the top of the line, it is very close and is closer to being in the budget price range. I usually try to keep video card purchases to under $150, but am finally going to splurge a little.
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post #17 of 19
If you feel awkward paying 200 for a video card..I wonder what people with SLI Ultras feel.
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post #18 of 19
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People with SLI Ultra's have money >>. Some of us aren't as privileged o.o
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post #19 of 19
I'd save up for a 9600GT. I just installed one in a client build, and i almost want one for myself.

I'm getting a 8800GTS G92 for way less than retail, this being the only reason why I'm getting it.

If i had to pay retail for a card, I'd get the 9600GT. It's wicked fast for $180.
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