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7800gs or 1650pro for an AGP user

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I am in quite a quandry.......as usual when I start upgrading...

these are the cards Im looking at please note all cards are 128 bit, 512 GDDR2 cards, with 12 pixel pipelines

1. This is a BFG 7600GSOC overclocked card. core clock is 420 and the memory clock is not listed from what I understand a good comapny

2. This is a XFX 7600GS card with a core clock of 400 and a memroy clock of 533....

3. This is a HIS card is a X1650PRO core clock of 600 and a memory clock of 800(no us support all phone numbers are china or japan) should i be concerned?r

4. Last is the Saphire version of theX1650PRO. with a core clock of 590 and a LISTED memory clock of 1380...I called saphire this is a misprint it is acutally 800 ..still good specs

looking staight at core and memory clock it looks like the saphire or HIS card are the way to go....but does the chipset....the 7600GS vs the X1650PRO....who has the best chipset....also should I be concerned with the processors die cast .....80nm or .90nmr

thanks in advance for any help you can provide


Edited by kanman, 26 January 2007 - 10:41 AM.

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Personally, I favor the 7600 GS. You probably will never see a performance difference, in any case.
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