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I'm looking for a good graphics card for $200 or less. Can you guys give me some suggestions of some good ones for my money?
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6600gt or for about 210$ you can get a 6800gs and make it or oc it to 6800gt
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130258
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If you don't mind used ones, get it used. Graphics card can handle quite a bit of heavy useage, so an used one is still a good one. Like Alan said, 6800 is a good choice.

Oh, when you by used ones, you're saving trees
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Originally Posted by Alan_13
6600gt or for about 210$ you can get a 6800gs and make it or oc it to 6800gt
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130258
Ditto. The 6800GS is nearly identical to the 6800GT, but significantly cheaper.
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Or if you can push your budget a little bit more, get a Sapphire X800GTO2, which you can unlock to a full X850XT Platinum Edition. But if you can't, the 6800GS is the way to go.
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