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|28th July 2007, 11:08||#1|
Midrange Vga cards
Just wanting to know what Pcie cards you would recomend for a gamer?
I have had ATI always and would like to stick to them, but any sugestions are appreciated.
I like the sapphire 1950 Pro,
I have a budget of $370 (AUD)
I have got a e6750 Cpu
|28th July 2007, 14:00||#5|
a 1950pro will run you to about $150. it's an ok price/quality thing, but only if you're using it to wait until real DX10 cards are released. (and by real DX10 i mean cards actually tested in DX10)
|29th July 2007, 01:33||#6|
that is kind of my plan at the moment. Do we know when Dx10 game and real hardware will be coming out? I am just wanting to beef up my X1600 because it is dated and has a very low frame rate on every game.
So i am definatly considering the x1950
What brand should i go for??
|29th July 2007, 05:21||#7|
Join Date: May 2002
I would go for 320Mb GTS, worth the cost, every penny
don't expect DX10 only games any time soon
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