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HamburgrHelpr08

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Looking to buy a new grafix card. Budget= $200.

I have a Radeon 800x pro right now. looking for and upgrade cause i cant run Rainbow 6 Vegas because of some gray shader deal.
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Try using an nVidia 7600GT, I have one and it's a perfect budget card.
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im thinking of this.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814102075

it is said to be a lil better than the 7900 GS
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Looks good.
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I agree. That looks pretty good.

Just for your info, Tom's Hardware just release their April video card guide:

http://www.tomshardw..._for_the_money/

You might want to read through the article.
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thanks. i think that is my best bet for the price
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