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Which GPU from 9800Series Should I take to run most games maxed out settings in 1~1.5years. (19"inch 1280X1050)

9800GTX+ or 9800GT?
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Either of those will be fine. if you have the money for the the 98gtx+ then it might be worth it. but id save the money and get the 9800gt and get a new processor + power supply.

I use my 9800gtx at 1280x1024 on a 17" and it looks very good and runs smoothly.
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Either of those will be fine. if you have the money for the the 98gtx+ then it might be worth it. but id save the money and get the 9800gt and get a new processor + power supply.

I use my 9800gtx at 1280x1024 on a 17" and it looks very good and runs smoothly.
Agreed. However, I think you will find a bottleneck in that P4 processor before you find one on your GPU in the next 1 to 1.5 years.
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Seeing that you have a 400w PSU, 2GB (667mhz?) ram, and a Pentium 4, perhaps you should opt for a 9600 GT, instead? Especially since you'll just be gaming @ 1280x1024. The 9600 GT would handle it flawlessly, and then some. Even the 3870 would work flawless for that res. But anything higher than the 9600 GT on your machine would no doubt get bottlenecked.
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Depends what games you're gonna be playing.

Crysis for instance will require much more than a 9600GT, or even a 9800GTX+.

At 1280x1024 I can play Crysis with most settings maxed, but no AA. Once AA comes on, it starts to get really sluggish. 8x AA, and it's a slide show.

If you want it to last 1-1.5 years, I'd look at a 4870 or GTX 260. Of course, that would mean a new power supply, and probably even a processor upgrade to eliminate bottlenecking.

At this point it's probably best to start saving up, and build a new rig altogether.
Edited by Shift. - 12/17/08 at 4:54am
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post #6 of 25
For the time being just go for a 9600 like Diabolical said until you can afford a whole new rig. Don't go for a 9800 or 200 series until you can afford a new processor, mobo, and psu.
    
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post #7 of 25
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Guys, I'm goin to change everything on my rig except the monitor.

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I'll just upgrade my GPU & Monitor in 1 year or so. so I dunno yet if I shud go with 9800gtx+ or 9800gt.. to run most of the games nowadays at very high.

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Depends what games you're gonna be playing.

Crysis for instance will require much more than a 9600GT, or even a 9800GTX+.

At 1280x1024 I can play Crysis with most settings maxed, but no AA. Once AA comes on, it starts to get really sluggish. 8x AA, and it's a slide show.

If you want it to last 1-1.5 years, I'd look at a 4870 or GTX 260. Of course, that would mean a new power supply, and probably even a processor upgrade to eliminate bottlenecking.

At this point it's probably best to start saving up, and build a new rig altogether.
As I said before, I won't change my 19" Monitor atm so no point to take HD4870 or 260GTX =]
Edited by shedokan - 12/17/08 at 9:54am
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As I said before, I won't change my 19" Monitor atm so no point to take HD4870 or 260GTX =]
Well, I'm gaming on a 19" also, and I still can't max out Crysis.

Every other game I can pretty much run on max. I suppose a 9800GT could hold you off for a year - Just don't expect to run EVERYTHING maxed out.

Even on that 19-inch.
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Guys, I'm goin to change everything on my rig except the monitor.

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I'll just upgrade my GPU & Monitor in 1 year or so. so I dunno yet if I shud go with 9800gtx+ or 9800gt.. to run most of the games nowadays at very high.



As I said before, I won't change my 19" Monitor atm so no point to take HD4870 or 260GTX =]

If you aren't going to get a new GPU for a year anyway, just wait until the 260 goes down in price. By the end of 2009 it will be almost the same price as the 9800.
    
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I don't care about crysis anyway..

I'll get new gpu&24"monitor in 1~1.5year.

meanwhile I'd like to get quite good GPU that will make the job on my 19" for most of the games ..

I think 9800GTX+ and 260GTX on 1280X1050 resolution will perform the same..

do you think that 9800gtx+ on 19" it's sort of waste?
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