Help - Picking GFX Card

  • khayoz
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Im thinking of getting a new gfx card, im looking at two cards:

-Gaidwood 256MB 6800GT TD
-GeXcube 258MB X800 Pro TD

Right now Im running a fx5600, i would like to know, which would would be the better buy, and how much difference there would be (i have found the costs identical)

Thanks.
  • Nucleo
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Depends on the games, both the cards rule lol

i would say the 6800gt, most can be overclocked to 6800ultra levels. the x800 pro, if its VIVO can be flash to xt.


its all about preferance, i would check the game bundels and what you get in the packaging
  • TomK
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Both are great cards. I would lean towards the Nvidia because it seems to do better in more games.
  • khayoz
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hmm Thanks Guys. I was looking at the Nvidia aswell. Any other suggestions?
  • TomK
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Those are really the best options in that price range. I would look into other brands of the cards and see if you can pick up a better deal.
  • Tchuki
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Post 3+ Months Ago

The XFX 6800GT and Ultra are well priced and supposed to be the best (according to reviews).

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