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Originally Posted by Johnnie Walker
My 6800gt works for me just fine. I do not have any pci-e boards as it is, and dont plan on it. I am not even thinking about upgrading my gfx card at all until after DX10 comes out.

For the difference in price I would go for the GT.. then when the price drops again, you can get a 2nd one.

I agree...I must admit I am a little worried about DX10. My guess is that the 6000 series and above will still work OK though...but not to where they should or could if the graphics were based on DX9.

This is just a guess based on the tid bits I have read and rumors that may or may not be true.

Still...In my opinion, it is a scary time to buy a "top of the line"graphics card.

My 7800GT kicks butt...when I SLI'ed it with the help of my friend we hardly noticed any difference in Quake4 and Fear. A little detail...but we aren't sure as we didn't have a single card machine to compare it to.
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