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    Leadtek® nVidia GeForce FX 5950 Ultra (NV38) AGP-8X 256MB (2.2ns) 256 bit DDR -TV+DVI+Hardware Monitor+VIVO, Direct X 9.0

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    $1.579 If I swap the 5950Ultra for a 5900XT
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    Oh yeah, I could get this cpu for around $300 more

    Intel® Box Pentium-4 3.2GHz Extreme Edition (Socket 478) 3MB L3 cache 800MHz FSB with 3-year warranty - Hyper-Threading

    A big difference between that and the one I'm probably geting?

    Also, 2 X 250 Gig Western Digital HDs
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    Leadtek® nVidia GeForce FX 5950 Ultra (NV38) AGP-8X 256MB (2.2ns) 256 bit DDR -TV+DVI+Hardware Monitor+VIVO, Direct X 9.0
    i dunno if you can get a 128mb version of this card however if there is the memory on this although double is going to be slower and games arnt going to need 256mb gfx cards untill the cards artatrher is way out of date so you wont be able to play then anyway, so i would get the 128mb version because chanchs are it will be cheaper, faster and a better buy.


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    Originally posted by peerzyboy@22 February 2004 - 01:24
    Leadtek® nVidia GeForce FX 5950 Ultra (NV38) AGP-8X 256MB (2.2ns) 256 bit DDR -TV+DVI+Hardware Monitor+VIVO, Direct X 9.0
    i dunno if you can get a 128mb version of this card however if there is the memory on this although double is going to be slower and games arnt going to need 256mb gfx cards untill the cards artatrher is way out of date so you wont be able to play then anyway, so i would get the 128mb version because chanchs are it will be cheaper, faster and a better buy.
    The 5950U only comes with 256mb configs, the 5900U comes in a 128mb shape.

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    go with a 9600 XT or a 9800 Pro instead of the Geforce card. unless your willing to wait until NVidia releases the new line.

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