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check out newegg 7600gt for around 85 if i'm not mistaken
 

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6800xt, for the money about 100
 

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They do have AGP 7600GSs on Newegg for $100 but they are open box so not really new. Other than that go with the 6800xt.
 

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A stock 6800xt beats it. Will overclock farther as well.
 

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6600GT, 6800xt or gs, x800xt/gto2, x850pro.

Those 5 will be the best performers, my honest opinion, get a x800xt/gto2, they overclock like gods, and will actually outperform any of the nvidia's in the same price range, except in SM 3.0 applications.

Open box, but who cares! Drivers are downloadable!
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...2E16814102645R
This thing will overclock till your socks fall off with better cooling, and will run circles around all other cards in its price range. Plus it may be unlockable to an x850xtpe.
 

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If he can find a new AGP x800xt for under $100 then that is definitely the way to go. Its going to be tough though.
 

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An X1600 could be what you're looking for... But it's 2$ more than your budget...
 

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An X1600 could be what you're looking for... But it's 2$ more than your budget...
This x1600pro is by far the best option and it's only 102$

Another very good option would be the 7300GT which has 8 pipelines and OC a lot. I had the Point of View 7300GT AGP and it went from 350/333 stock to 540/380 ~8000points 3DMark 2003 and ~3000points in 2005.
The 6800XT and the 6600GT have 8 pipes each, but lower freq, so I'd go for the 7300GT or better.

Here's 7300GT @79$ after rebate - when OCed is close to 7600GS
7600GS open box - 94$
x1600pro 512Mb open box - 93$

From the price/performance ratio the best would be the 7300GT since it OCs the best and if properly OCed can be close to the 7600GS and x1600pro.
 
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