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Im planning on buying around 4 or 5 video cards.. they dont need to be "leet" and im pleased with a 6200 i own since the only thing i want it to do is play CS 1.6, anyways im planning on buying some vid cards and i checked newegg but i need some comparision from you guys, they are all 40-60 bucks budget.. here are the links (they're all AGP, cant buy PCI-e):

ABIT RADEON 9550 128bit 256mb
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814123001

SAPPHIRE Radeon 9800SE 128bit 128mb
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102303

ASUS GeForce 6200 64bit 128mb
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121542

Also if you can get a better deal from 40-65$ us, let me know please
thx in advance for helping me
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post #2 of 25
The 9800SE will kill all those cards IMO. You will want to ty and get the 9800 with 256mb onboard memory failing that get the 9800Xt but its a little pricey compared to the SE.
post #3 of 25
Well not the 6200 because it is 64 bit which SUCKS, so it's beetween the 9550 and the 9800se. I say the 9800se.
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9800SE. higher core clock (compared to 9550), highest Ram speed of all of them, then choice 1, then 3
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post #5 of 25
9800SE without a doubt.
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Just for some more information here is a review of the 9800se and the 9550.

9800: http://www.extremeoverclocking.com/r..._9800SE_1.html

9550: http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Ha...views/tul9550/
post #7 of 25
Id pay a little more for a 9600XT http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102338
Its faster than the 9800SE 128bit.

Edit: If youre just playing CS 1.6 then your current card will do fine.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by J3r3my
Id pay a little more for a 9600XT http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102338
Its faster than the 9800SE 128bit.
Yes, I'd agree with that. I have owed both a 9600XT, 9800SE and 9800Pro. The Pro was, obviously, the best card, but the 9600XT did out-perform the 9800SE. Also, although the 9600XT will probably exceed your per-card budget by $15-$20 USD, it should, if bought new, be about 10%-15% cheaper than a new 9800SE and it's definitely the better card, imo.

The is another factor though. If you can get 9800SE's with 256-bit memory interface (which, to be honest, I'm not entirely sure even exist), you should be able to soft-mod them to be 9800Pro's, which will mean they will out-perform even o/c'ed 9600XT's.

With no modding, the 9600XT will be the best card choice for the requirements you have outlined, imo.

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Dont get the 6200. Horrible, horrible card.

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post #10 of 25
some of the 6200's say open gl 2.0 and shader model 3.0 capable.
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