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Discussion in 'Video Cards' started by Mijae, Nov 23, 2004.
I have around $250 to upgrade, which is the best card I can get? nVidia this time...
Heh. We have been talking about same question in other thread. If im not mistaken, we got to an answer, that 6800 is a better buy. High clock potencial, 256bit though only DDR1.
I would take 6800.
Yes, if you have 250$, get the 6800, no question asked !
Anyone know where one (BFG 6800 OC) is in stock for a decent price? Outpost.com and Newegg are currently on back order. Outpost has the 6800 OC for 249.99, but they don't expect a shipment till one to three weeks .
compusa 6800nu early friday morning for $229 with a $30 mir to $199.
6800nu ^^that deal sounds good..
will this go into effect right at 12 in the morning or would I have to wait longer to order? oh and do you know what the gt will go for? thanks!
Yep I think cusa opens at 6am. A friend and I plan on camping overnite, as he is deadset on getting one. He had this same question 6600GT or 6800 NU, but with a sale like this, the 6800 is the way to go.
6600GT owns all .. lol.. especially if u get the 12 pipelines by unlcking them the card owns the 6800 but im not sure if u could do that.. but ddr3 plus.. its sexy
Yout can't unlock pipes in a 6600, it is a different chip, it has 8 piplelines, and 3 vertex shaders. A 6800 has 12 pipelines and 5 vertex shaders. Some cards can be unlock to 16 pipelines, most can be unlocked 6 shaders. At higher res with AA and AF on, the 6800 is better.
Yeah they've changed to 6AM for the holidays. I should know, I work in one part time.
wuts better in 1024X768, the 6600gt or the 6800 , i dont use aa etc.. just highest settings in detail shit and the 1024 and 768
I have eVGA Geforce 6800 NU and i can run my Far Cry at 1600x1200 with High Details, Doom 3 1280x1024 x Ultra Settings without any frame rate drop, I always keep 4x AA ON in all games from Drive settings.
Id say go for Geforce 6800 NU since they got lot of potential for OC and price is sweet.
Pentium 4 3.2GHz Prescott processor 2MB L2 Cache
Asus P4C800-E Delux i875
eVGA GeForce 6800 128MB
512 Corsair PC4400 DDR
200GB SATA HHD