and a very good lower end, but very capable gaming card is the ati 5770. I upgraded from my nvidia 8800 and having no problem running games with everything turned up.
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price / performance always. When you get into price is not option then you get into some interesting and sometimes highly tailored video cards. At the moment the nvidia 480's start at about 500 USD. The ATI 5970 is 700 USD. The 5870 X2 is bout 1300 USD.
By the way for 1300 it is possible to buy really good gaming computer
my video card is intel, its true though, most intel cards are built for non gaming stuff.
But i can play games on my intel card and its kinda good.
It appears that there have been recent ATI price changes that have really shifted the look of the guide in October. The only Nvidia cards that made the list this month were the 8800 GTS 640mb and the 8800 GTX.
The GeForce 8800 GTS 320 MB finally has some strong competition - so strong, in fact, that it beats it in the price segment.
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