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Ok, seems like I got my answer
So it's better even though the core frequency is limited because of the AGP interface?
 

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Originally Posted by RyGuy1788

Ok, seems like I got my answer
So it's better even though the core frequency is limited because of the AGP interface?

Dude it's just marketing...AGP isn't even really pushing it's limit yet..
 

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**EDITED FOR CONTENT**

Sorry didn't know I couldn't sell anything on the board... My apologies.

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the x1600 series are crap!!! get the 6800gs and unlock it to a gt and OC it to ultra performance and you have and awesome performer so a great price!!!
 

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6800 GS for sure, so you havbe to get the AGP version?

Yeah, I want to stick with my current mobo and CPU even though they are quickly becoming obsolete.
 

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Originally Posted by AlienGamerLT

I have a 256mb BFG 6800 Ultra OC AGP8x card I'm willing to sell... It's never been overclocked, works like a charm, in mint condition. Bought it no more than 6 months ago and have had it installed in a SocketA AGP8x system (ASUS A7V8X) under normal gaming usage.

Requires two dedicated 4pin molex connections.

Purchased it off TigerDirect.com OEM for $399.99 at the time...

Asking $250+S/H. Let me know if you're interested!

The eVGA 6800 GS AGP with the copper heatsink is like $230... Retail at newegg...
 
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