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I Have $150-$180 to spend on a new video card. I Currently have a 9200 and it doesnt cut it. I just need something to hold me over for a while before I buy a new Computer. I only have AGP 4x/8x Support, Prescott 478pin 3.0GHz. Show me the way please, I dont feel like buying a card that not what I need
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Id go for a Nvidia Evga or XFX 6800, they overclock like mad, and support SM3. Excellent card for the price of 180USD.
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Originally Posted by UberN00B
Id go for a Nvidia Evga or XFX 6800, they overclock like mad, and support SM3. Excellent card for the price of 180USD.
A 6800 vanilla would be a great investment. You get great performance and sm3 for a superb price. And there is a possibilty to unlock to 6800gt. You may also look at the 6600gt or an ati x800gt. If you are to be getting a new pc soon you'll have to take the money you want to spend until then into account also.
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eVGA Geforce 6800 i'd say,maybe msi 6600GT if you need a cheaper one,but 9800pros are kinda outofdate
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