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Old 04-30-2006, 12:23 PM   #11
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Thats a good card, but the thing is that im trying to keep this really cheap. Hmmm... Ill have to look into that. But, I do want this cheap. im not even paying for it. So maybe I could chip in the extra money that they other person doesnt wana pay.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814133150

See, with that rebate I could do it. But the thing is that has a really core with still only 12 pipelines. Thats just like the GTO, but it has half the interface at 128bit. But the same memory size. I think that the GTO would be better then this. Because of the interface. And because its not bottlenecking its self with the core clock to pipelines ratio.
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Old 04-30-2006, 12:25 PM   #12
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Thats a good card, but the thing is that im trying to keep this really cheap. Hmmm... Ill have to look into that. But, I do want this cheap. im not even paying for it. So maybe I could chip in the extra money that they other person doesnt wana pay.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814133150

See, with that rebate I could do it. But the thing is that has a really core with still only 12 pipelines. Thats just like the GTO, but it has half the interface at 128bit. But the same memory size. I think that the GTO would be better then this. Because of the interface. And because its not bottlenecking its self with the core clock to pipelines ratio.
Ummm nope the 7600GT beats the X800
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Old 04-30-2006, 12:28 PM   #13
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Hmm. Would tomshardware.com have benchmarks for these? Because im gonna look some up if they do.
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Dont think so the X800 is to old to compared the 7600GT
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yeh im going to buy teh 7600gt which is much newer man trust me if i were u i would get it mainly becasue nvidia is better (my opinion) and this thing is fast don't worry about the pixel pipelines or 128 bit....but if u cannot afford it man then jsut settle with the x800xl...hope this helped
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i Prefer ATI but there is no comparison the 7600GT beats the X800
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ok u need ne more questions answers arizx???
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The only question will be the price lol
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Yeah, I do.


Well.. Even though you say its better, is it noticably better in game? Like running the XL or the 7600 side by side. Would you see any difference at all? Or would you have to see the FPS to notice a difference?

And even this card looks good.
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Yeah there will be difference
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