Your Next graphic card.

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Which will be your next graphic card?

  1. An AGP based

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  2. A PCI-E based

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  3. Not planning to buy one

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  1. Delpiero

    Delpiero New Member

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    Tell me your which is going to be your next graphic card.
     
  2. icecoolz

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    already got a Nvidia 6800 mate...so no upgrades on tht for a while...I suspect future mobos will support both and PCI variants of graphics card might disappear....
     
  3. techno_funky

    techno_funky da' Ťurntable ruleth

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    for me it would be DEFINETLY PCI EXPRESS (will be upgrading to a new pc)
    man 16 LANES
    2.5GBPS per lane
    :D :D :D :D
     
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    Think b'fore u jump baby.That extra lot of bandwidth has no use till you have a faster FSB(1066Mhz).Then again the card will have enough memory to sustain itself.Then the memory subsystem will also be a bottleneck(think 150Mbps for SATA).Lots of things to ponder about.
     
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    I have a 9800pro no upgrades for a while now ;)

    @techno: LOL ! dude the interface doesnt have anythng to do with the quality of graphics dude.
     
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    probably a 9600XT in april.
     
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    Skud Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Probably a GeForce 6200 when nVidia will release an AGP version. :?
     
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    probably a 9800 pro if the prices comes down a little lower.
     
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    Dual 6800ut PCI-e hopefully when a good SLi board comes out.

    But in the next month 9800PRo
     
  10. tarey_g

    tarey_g Hanging, since 2004..

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    9800xt i hope
     
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    mate the 9800XT costs 20k+ but for 20k u can get the MSI 6800NU.
     
  12. Skud

    Skud Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Hey Nikhilesh,

    What's the 6800NU??? I mean what's its spec, is it better than a plain 6800 or 6800LE or lower-spec than these two?
     
  13. gxsaurav

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    Got a Gigabyte FX5900XT rite now, I will be sticking with this untill longhonr comes, or Until all the games stop working on this card, this situation will come after atleast 1.5 years

    After that, according to current cards, I have in mind to but a 6900nonUltra , the refresh version of 6800nU in PCI-E format
     
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    9800 pro or the 9600XT.from now on its gonna be ATI & me
     
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    6800nu means 6800non-ultra.its nothing but the vanilla 6800.
     
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    i will buy the 6600GT, PCI-E VERSION.
     
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    Mine will be a geforce fx 6800 ultra , and that's for sure
     
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    PCI-E but it will be a long time in between.........;)
     
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    i want i lakh to fall from the sky and still i will only buy a ge force 4 mx cuz that money that falls the sky wont be mine so i will take 2500 rs a payment for finding gods money an d upgrade and whats the k u put after the numbers anyway and besides i have a pro savage ddr which meas i can play enjoy like doom3 and half life 2 from the icons i watch but the prob is when click them its like all hell broke loose in my world :mrgreen:
     
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    lolz...
    oh most probably... when sli mobos come into picture... and when you get cards that run on em.....hmm...
    oh btw i`m a buying a new 200gb hdd.. should it be sata.. or should i buy a plain version...
     
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