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Old 26-12-08, 08:36 AM
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Please help me decide which gfx to buy

Hello, please help out. Im buying a new computer really soon so Im thinking about these gfxs: VGA PCIe ASUS EAH3850 HTDI/256MB, VGA PCIe ASUS EN8800GT/HTDP 256MB DDR3, VGA PCIe ASUS EN9800GT HB/HTDI/512MB

I have done extensive research but i till dont know which to buy, but i expect to get an answer from the brain pool that is overclock3D forums soon, i hope

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Old 26-12-08, 09:57 AM
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Hmm if it was me I think I'd go with the 9800GT out of your list.

but is the 9800GTX a little to far out of budget???

what are you hoping to do with it???
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Old 26-12-08, 10:06 AM
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Hmm if it was me I think I'd go with the 9800GT out of your list.

but is the 9800GTX a little to far out of budget???

what are you hoping to do with it???
9800GTX is not aviable to me becuse where i live there is only a handful of computer shops and those are the gfx that are just my budget. 9800GT really does seem like the obvius choice but becuse there is directx 10.1 on the 3850 that seems like a good advantage.... thanks anyway
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Old 26-12-08, 10:08 AM
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Hmm if it was me I think I'd go with the 9800GT out of your list.

but is the 9800GTX a little to far out of budget???

what are you hoping to do with it???
and all I want to do with it is to play games, watching HD movies or office work is not at all on the list of priorities
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Old 26-12-08, 10:22 AM
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Forget dx10.1, every1 else has.

9800GT no question.
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Old 26-12-08, 11:15 AM
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yes dx10.1 is useless disregard it.

can't you mail order??
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Old 26-12-08, 01:27 PM
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yes dx10.1 is useless disregard it.

can't you mail order??
i could and if I do i might get 9800gtx, but THANK YOU ALOT, my mind is finnaly sett
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Old 30-12-08, 12:06 PM
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i could and if I do i might get 9800gtx, but THANK YOU ALOT, my mind is finnaly sett
Out of interest which one have you gone for?
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Old 05-01-09, 12:38 PM
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Out of interest which one have you gone for?
Actualy i`ve got a new computer and i installed a crappy gfx becuse im waiting for this shop to get an ATI HD3850 super+ 1024mb. What do you think about tha gfx compared to the ASUS EN9800GT HB/HTDI/512MB???? VERY important!
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Old 05-01-09, 02:50 PM
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9800GT...as said above cooler777

p.s you can always overclock!!!
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