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    krome's Avatar triplesix clubhouse
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    which on the newest of these cards should I get in ur own experiance of u tested it out....

    BFG GeForce 6800 OC 128MB DDR AGP Graphics Card

    ATI Radeon X800 PRO



    im using the ATI radeon 9800 pro now....

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    Please give me ur 9800 pro! Btw, I would get the nVIDA.
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    I pefer ATI but I haven't tested these cards out, so really couldn't say.

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    (Why are you getting a new card if you have a 9800 Pro?)

    I'd never buy nVIDIA again, myself. Overpriced, underdeveloped. Drivers tend to suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomshardware
    We haven't even really gotten over NVIDIA's highly impressive introduction of its GeForce 6800 Ultra, and here ATi is already hitting back hard. Thanks to its performance advantage when using anisotropic filtering, the Radeon X800 XT Platinum Edition shows its rivals who's boss in this discipline without noticeably sacrificing image quality. Even the much less expensive X800 Pro with its 12 pipes can beat the GeForce 6800 Ultra in some game tests. The price difference of about $100 will certainly be an argument that could win over a number of undecided buyers. When quality-enhancing features like FSAA and anisotropic filtering aren't enabled, however, it is often the GeForce 6800 Ultra that takes first place. Thanks to Temporal AA, though, ATi has a good solution even to this "problem". At any rate, most gamers would be loath to do without anisotropic filtering when using cards of this caliber anyway. But keep in mind that neither of the cards can be termed "slow". We´re talking about differences at very high levels!
    if youre gonna do an upgrade that small, id get the x800 XT......... (hey, if you're gonna waste money, you might as well do it properly )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storm
    if youre gonna do an upgrade that small, id get the x800 XT......... (hey, if you're gonna waste money, you might as well do it properly )
    yeah i was thinking about that XT one.... I might get that one instead....

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