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racinmason001

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OK here is my situation. I already own the geforce 7900gt it is installed and running fine! I just came across a lil extra cash and was wondering if the geforce 8600gt would be any better than the card I already have? I ask about the 8600gt because that is about all I can afford. I have looked at the gpu review site and see a new core for shader jobs but other than that the 7900gt has faster operations than the 8600gt. Is that new core gonna make that much of a difference?
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Stick with the 7900GT, it's a much better performer.
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What about the 8800gt that would be better than the 7900gt right?
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Yes the 8800GTS would be a better performer.
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