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post #21 of 22
I say wait for the new ATI cards or nvidia ones.

Sure your 8600GT isn't great but it can still play games on medium with no AA, should last until the new cards come out.
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post #22 of 22
nVidia, and if you're going to go single and not SLI, and you have a few hundred to spend, go with the 9000 series. They should do you very nicely.
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